- AluWood Windows Ltd -

Forward thinking fabricators needed

AluWood Windows Ltd is looking for fabricator partners around the UK to manufacture and supply its aluminium clad timber windows.

“We have a proven model for selling windows to the self-builder and home renovation sectors,” says Callum Grant, Commercial Director at AluWood. “Typically customers choosing AluWood windows and doors are either building an extension to their home or undertaking a self-build house project. They are the ones looking for the perfect combination of low maintenance aluminium on the outside and the warmth of timber on the inside.”

The AluWood window system was well received at the FIT Show. “It’s the first time we’d taken the system to a trade show, and it was great to get such a positive response. AluWood is manufactured in the UK. It’s designed to be easy for joiners and fabricators to make.”

Consumers are taking more control when choosing their windows, especially in larger projects. They research the products on the market and then either deal direct or tell their builders where to buy from. AluWood provides all the technical expertise and support to help fabricators and joinery companies take advantage of this growing demand.

“We have developed the system so it’s a modern window for modern properties, whether it’s a new home or just an extension. The flush casement can be top or side hung, as well as fully reversible. AluWood windows offer the durability of aluminium on the outside and the insulating benefits of timber on the inside. Because of this, the system is also very popular for commercial projects such as hotels or offices,” adds Callum.

“The success of AluWood windows and doors is proven. We’ve been manufacturing since 2008, and sales continue to increase. That’s why we want to create a national network of forward thinking fabricators to offer the exciting opportunity of AluWood.”

News title: -    Forward thinking fabricators needed
Submitted by: -   
Date published:-   
AluWood Windows Ltd
  • call: 01955  641303
  |     |     |     |     |     |     |