Fast-growing Dekko Window Systems is marking the latest stage of its expansion with a landmark debut at this year’s FIT Show.
One of the country’s leading manufacturers of uPVC and aluminium windows, Dekko has spent the last decade investing millions in infrastructure and innovative new products. In recent years, it’s built a new factory and added no less than ten new products to an already extensive range. But now that groundwork has been put in place, Dekko has decided the time is right to take the stand at the industry’s biggest trade event, as Sales Director Kurt Greatrex explains:
“We’ve made massive strides in the last few years – expanding and refining production, developing and launching high-end products and laying the foundations for future growth. Now, we’re heading to the FIT Show with a lot to shout about – and it provides us with the perfect platform to showcase the fantastic range we’ve been able to develop.”
In addition to its exclusive Räum Collection of aluminium doors and Infinity seamless-cornered uPVC frames, Dekko has also become the UK’s largest Residence 9 fabricator – the only one in the country with a dedicated R9 facility.
Due to its success, Dekko now offers the full Residence Collection, adding three further timber-effect uPVC windows to its range. The R7 and R² joined R9, allowing installers to meet any demand within the lucrative heritage market. Dekko will be showcasing the complete Residence Collection at The FIT Show for visitors to see.
“We’re hugely excited to be taking to the FIT Show for the first time, and meeting old friends and new prospects from around the country,” Kurt concluded.
Dekko Windows Systems was founded in 2008 by Gary Torr and Kurt Greatrex, and is one of the leading fabricators of high-end uPVC and aluminium windows and doors. Based in Ashton-Under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, Dekko Window Systems was listed in the 2016 edition of the London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain. The report celebrates the fastest growing small and medium-sized businesses in the UK.