Dekko, one of the country’s biggest suppliers of the much-celebrated Residence 9 window system, will now begin offering all the products in the newly-expanded Residence Collection, the company has announced.
Launched three years ago, R9 quickly became the benchmark by which all other classic-look timber alternative windows were judged, thanks to its incomparable vintage aesthetics. Now R9 has been joined by R7, R8, and R². R7 comes with seven chambers, and a chamber depth of 75mm; R8 has eight chambers, and a depth of 85mm; and the squarer, more contemporary-looking R² has nine chambers, and a depth of 100mm.
“R9 was a fantastic product, and we were one of its earliest and most enthusiastic adopters,” said Dekko Sales Director Kurt Greatrex. “Now, with the three new additions to the Residence Collection, Eclectic Systems have instantly made the range so much more versatile. After seeing so much success with R9, we’re really looking forward to introducing R7, R8, and R² to our customers. We’ll be fabricating them in a specially designated area of the factory to make the process as efficient as possible – and we’re delighted to be able to offer R8 and R9 with smooth, seamless finishes thanks to our state of the art Graf welder machine. What’s more, we’re one of the very few companies able to offer these products nationwide.”
Like R9, all three new additions to the Residence Collection can be fitted with either 28mm double or 44mm triple glazing, and deliver both an A++ energy rating and U-Values of just 0.7.
The expanded Residence Collection adds even more choice to an already extensive Dekko portfolio that includes products from Deceuninck, Reynaers and Kommerling, as well as the fabricator’s signature Räum range of high-end doors, and the recently released Räum Infinity selection of Graf welded uPVC.
Established in 1998, Dekko Window Systems is one of the north-west region’s most respected fabricators of aluminium and high-end uPVC doors and windows. Today, the company operates from a 55,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Ashton-under-Lyne.