Dempsey Dyer, the long-established fabricator with a reputation for excellence in uPVC and timber, has expanded its already industry-leading Deceuninck offering with the addition of the company’s Slider 24 door.
Designed as a best-in-class sliding door solution, the Slider 24 came after Deceuninck extensively tested a number of existing products on the market, then sought out to better them. As a result, it’s a door that excels on all levels – delivering A+-rated energy efficiency, PAS24-accredited security, and huge aesthetic choice, available in 26 colourways. What’s more, the door offers market-leading weather resistance performance – achieving Class E8A water permeability with a rating of 450Pa, Class A3 wind resistance of 1200Pa and Class A4 air permeability with a rating of 600Pa.
“We’ve been working with Deceuninck for more than 30 years,” commented Dempsey Dyer MD Peter Dyer, “and by now we know to expect something special when they bring out a new product. With the Slider 24 they’ve shown their typical dedication to product development – producing an all-round exceptional door that’s easy to install, looks fantastic, and boasts market-leading weather resistance.”
The fabricator has also recently begun offering Deceuninck’s Heritage flush sash - a vintage-look uPVC sash window that balances A+-rated thermal efficiency with PAS24-compliant security, exceptional weather performance and convincing traditional aesthetics. Launched at this year’s FIT Show, the flush sash comes with the option for fully welded or mechanical joints, and, uniquely for a sash window, night vent functionality.
Founded in 1977, 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.