Installers country-wide are rushing to offer Räum Infinity, the game-changing uPVC windows and doors from innovative trade fabricator Dekko Window Systems – and Cornwall-based Truro Windows, respected installers of nearly 30 years, have become one of the latest.
Unlike normal uPVC window and door frames which feature an unsightly 3.5mm wide diagonal groove at the join, a result of the welding and corner cleaning process, Räum Infinity frames come in two superior finishes.
The first is a smooth, seamless finish, which can be achieved on all laminated profiles. This option means you have no external weld sprue, reverse butt welds, unsightly grooves or knifed off jagged edges, all of which normally collect dust and dirt. The second finish is a 1.5mm thin pencil line on all non-laminated profiles. Dekko achieves these stunning finishes thanks to their new graf welder, one of only a handful that’s operational in the UK, which has a patented ceramic heater plate that ‘zip welds’ the corner joints and allows for the precise placement of the welded sprue.
“It’s really tough to stand out in the uPVC market,” said Ian Baxter, Truro Windows managing director. “There are so many installation companies offering similar products, meaning you can sometimes end up in a price war. But with Infinity, Dekko were offering exactly what we needed. With smooth, groove-free corners, Räum Infinity looks very different to your run of the mill uPVC window, helping us appeal to affluent homeowners and giving us an edge over the competition.”
Kurt Greatrex, Dekko sales director commented: “We’re always delighted when an installer opts to start offering our products - especially when they’re as committed to quality and customer service as Truro are. We’re looking forward to a long, fruitful collaboration over the coming years.”
Founded in 2008 by Gary Torr and Kurt Greatrex, Dekko Window Systems are firmly established as one of the UK’s leading Residence 9, Deceuninck and Kommerling fabricators. The company operates from a company’s 55,000 square foot facility in Ashton-under-Lyne and was recently named one of the London Stock Exchanges 1,000 Businesses to Inspire Britain. The factory is kitted out with over a £1m worth of equipment, including the cutting-edge graf welder that makes the Räum Infinity range possible.