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Ryburne says Residence 9 tempts the neighbours

R9 is the true timber alternative

Ryburne Windows says Residence 9 (R9) installations attract the neighbours, leading to more sales for the Halifax fabricator and installer. R9, part of Residence Collection, is the true timber alternative window system.

Ryburne Managing Director Peter Willemse says: “R9 looks amazing and performs excellently. We recently installed some stunning windows in a home because the homeowner wanted modern performance but didn’t want to change the look of their property, which had tired timber windows. When we finished the installation, we were approached by a neighbour who wanted the same great windows in their home.

“It proves that R9 really does add kerb appeal,” adds Peter. “It’s sympathetic to traditional homes, and homeowners love that they don’t have the expensive maintenance they’d get with timber.”

R9 was designed with a clean sheet to match the dimensions and detailing of traditional timber windows. R9 is the only PVC composite window Planners accept in conservation areas and listed buildings, because that’s what it was designed for. It looks like timber, but has the performance and low maintenance of PVC-U.

Residence Collection Managing Director Dan Gill says: “R9 is the true timber alternative. In fact, R9 is better than quality hardwood windows because it looks as good, but performs better, costs less upfront and doesn’t have the costly lifetime maintenance. When people see it, they don’t know it isn’t timber. When they find out they’re amazed. You’ve got to see it to believe it!”

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