Having used the VEKA Matrix 58mm profile for a number of years, Scottish based Norscot Joinery has switched production totally to VEKA’s Matrix 70mm system. “The change to 70mm is across the board, with all of our PVCu frames now manufactured with this option,” explains Commercial Director, Callum Grant. “The decision was made to allow us more scope in design and more flexibility with our ranges.” With a reputation within the industry as one of the most versatile profiles on the market, less than 40 profiles can be used to create virtually any style or design of windows and doors in any kind of building. The fully integrated PVC-U system with a fully integrated design is the result of massive investment in development, tooling and extrusion technology.
“We have a commitment to our customers, which range from domestic, retail, trade and local authority market sectors, to provide components that are of the highest quality and that meet all the requirements for quality and safety,” continues Mr. Grant. “VEKA has always been at the forefront of product and market development and provides us with the technology to continuously upgrade our product ranges to suit the ever changing market demands.”
Norscot produces a range of PVCu windows and doors in white, cherrywood and rosewood finishes, in casement, top swing and tilt and turn options. To promote and distribute its products throughout Caithness, the company owns a purpose built showroom, sales office and storage facility on the Carse Industrial Estate in Inverness. Norscot Joinery operates throughout Scotland, manufacturing and distributing a range of windows, doors and conservatories. The company operates from a 25,000sq ft factory, with incorporated office space and an all product showroom. The factory is equipped with sophisticated computer controlled machinery which helps produce the widest range of building components and related products available from a single source anywhere in Scotland.