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What do you get if you cross a Palladio Door with Formula 1 and Everglade Windows?

Fast fitting, a superior strength monocoque structure and streamlined design – Palladio Doors and F1 cars have more in common than you might think. That’s why Everglade Windows is launching a brand-new competition, to run for the duration of this year’s Formula 1 season.

Sales and Marketing Director, Jay Patel explains: “Palladio Doors have the same monocoque structure as a Formula 1 car. The technology is used in both instances to offer superior strength to the product.

“At Everglade, we have always championed Palladio Doors for their impressive security benefits, unique design options and fantastic energy efficiency. And we’re all big Formula 1 fans too, so this new competition is a great way to bring the two together.”

The competition will be run online, on Everglade’s social media channels and via email. Everglade will ask a question about the home of each circuit before the race. Everyone who enters and answers correctly will receive a voucher worth £37 off a Palladio Door purchased from Everglade Windows.

Palladio entrance doors are manufactured from a unique glass fibre reinforced, monocoque construction to make them incredibly strong and secure compared to standard composite doors. They come in a range of completely unique design options, so they are the perfect solution for installers to offer to home owners looking for a secure and good-looking front door.

Jay adds: “All correct answers throughout the season will also go into a prize draw to win a magnum of champagne, in the true style of Formula 1. We thought it might be fun for customers. After all, what’s there to lose?”

To be notified of the competition opening, you can follow Everglade Windows on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn or visit www.evergladetrade.co.uk/palladio-f1-comp/ for more details.

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