CDW Systems, the Gloucester-based trade and commercial fabricator, has seen sales of their popular aluminium slide and lift-slide patio door grow by an astonishing 46 per-cent on the previous year.
The door set in question is the Reynaers CP130 slide and lift-slide system, a product renowned for its high-performance and great versatility being compatible with the recently introduced CS77 entrance door series. With such tremendous demand, CDW’s Sales Director, Martin Rowe predicts the slide and lift-slide could be a real growth area for businesses over the coming 12 months:
“The response we’ve seen so far for the Reynaers system has been nothing short of overwhelming,” Martin explains. “This truly remarkable growth just goes to show the incredible appetite out there for this fantastic product, and why we firmly believe it will be one of the big products for businesses in 2019 and beyond.
“It further demonstrates the valuable opportunities still out there for businesses, even in such uncertain and turbulent times. Of course, Brexit will lead many to stick their heads in the sand, but we would recommend they look closely at this incredible demand. We don’t see it slowing down any time soon, and it could mean businesses which choose to stand still are leaving an open goal for their competitors.”
The Reynaers CP130 is a robust and highly-insulated slide and lift-slide system, designed to accommodate a vent weight of up to 300kg. This allows installers to offer large, yet stable sliding doors to create wide apertures and real statement pieces. Available with a variety of thresholds and an aesthetic slimline interlock section, the CP130 presents a highly-desirable and incredibly versatile solution that suits any residential project.
Founded in 1992, CDW Systems has firmly established itself as one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of high-quality glazing products. Supplying both trade and commercial installation companies across the UK, CDW manufactures windows, doors, shop front systems and curtain walling from leading systems houses including Sapa (part of the Hydro Group), Reynaers, Aluk and Smart Systems.