Deceuninck has just released the latest edition of its lifestyle-led consumer magazine, WindowShopper. The magazine’s 33 pages are packed with a varied mixture of articles designed to help consumers making choices on their home improvements.
Undoubtedly the highlight of the latest edition is an interview with Tom Debusschere, Deceuninck CEO, on the systems house’s new corporate identity which positions the company as one committed to sustainability in all areas of its business.
In keeping with the company’s ethos, there’s a focus on sustainability throughout the magazine. An article on triple glazing explains what it’s all about in consumer-friendly language. A complementary article focuses on the benefits of energy efficient windows in today’s home, while Twinson products have a new PEFC accreditation announced to further bolster the company’s green credentials. There’s also an introduction to the Green Deal, the coalition government’s new initiative that gives householders access to loans of up to £10,000 to help make their homes more thermally efficient through the installation of products such as energy efficient windows.
Elsewhere in the magazine a piece on Secured by Design offers readers a guide to what to look for in a secure product and the benefits that the accreditation brings, not least the reassurance that it typically reduces burglary by between 50% and 70%.
Style is covered in three articles: one on Autentica, a range of decorative glazing profiles that brings rustic charm and traditional style to PVC-U windows plus one on white woodgrain and the authentic appearance and style it can bring to a home. There’s also an article on conservatory design to help consumers understand what’s on offer and help them to choose a design that suits their home and their lifestyle.
There’s extensive coverage of Deceuninck door portfolio to aid consumers looking to transform their interiors. The stunning monorail patio door is introduced in one article, while bi-fold and patio doors are covered in another.
Finally, there’s a focus on tilt and turn windows, a traditional fenestration solution that’s making a comeback thanks to its flexibility and practicality.
All-in-all, the latest edition of Windowshopper showcases the breadth of the Deceuninck range and its genuine commitment to sustainability. In short, it demonstrates exactly why the systems house is the force to be reckoned with in today’s marketplace.