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Castle Building Products launches Residence 7


R7 is flush inside and out, designed to look perfect in traditional and modern homes

Castle Building Products has invested in machinery and tooling to make Residence 7 (R7), part of Residence Collection. The Didcot based trade fabricator wanted the best flush sash on the market to offer a high end option to its installer customers.

R7 is the unique 75mm system that is flush inside and out. It’s designed to look perfect in traditional homes and sleek in modern homes too. Perhaps uniquely, with its colour range, strength and cool looks, it is a true timber-alternative.

Castle Building Products has invested in R7 to extend its range into the growing market for premium quality PVC windows.

Castle Building Products Joint MD Mike Richmond says: “R7 is the only fully flushed sash window on offer, and we think it’s the best flush sash window on the market. We’re looking forward to getting out there and talking to our customers about it. Residence Collection is giving us great support, and is helping us sell R7 into our existing customers.”

R7 is available in a range of modern colours designed to suit any type of home.

“We love the colour range,” adds Mike. “There’s something for every home. R7 is very fitter friendly, and the fact that it’s 75mm makes it very easy for us to handle.”

Residence Collection Managing Director Martin Dickie says: “R7 is very versatile. It’s flush outside so it looks like traditional timber windows, but it’s also flush inside, which gives it a cool and sleek look. Fabricators have endless opportunities with R7.”



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