Respected fabricator Dempsey Dyer has strengthened its uPVC offering with the launch of the new Heritage Flush Sash window from Deceuninck, further capitalising on the premium ‘timber look’ market place it first entered over 4 years ago with the Beaumont Window.
Revealed at this year’s FIT Show, the Heritage Flush Sash is a vintage-look uPVC sash window that balances A+-rated thermal efficiency with PAS24-compliant security, exceptional weather performance and convincing traditional aesthetics.
The flush sash comes with the option for fully welded or mechanical joints, and, uniquely for a sash window, night vent functionality. And like all Dempsey Dyer’s Deceuninck products, a choice of 26 colour ways from stock, including matching cills, trims and ancillaries.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer Deceuninck’s new flush sash window,” commented Dempsey Dyer MD Peter Dyer. “It’s always our aim to offer our valued trade customers the widest possible choice, and this latest offering is a great way for installers to take advantage of the booming popularity of traditional style doors and windows with a product that looks the part, but that still comes in at a very competitive price. I wouldn’t be surprised if it went on to become one of the most successful timber alternatives on the market.”
Founded in 1977 by brothers Tom and Robert Dyer, and now run by Tom’s son Peter, Dempsey Dyer has expanded to become one of Yorkshire’s foremost provider of timber and uPVC doors and windows. The company’s relationship with Deceuninck stretches back over 30 years, with the two firms collaborating to produce Dempsey Dyer’s signature Beaumont window range, mechanically-jointed uPVC frames with an authentic woodgrain appearance.