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Visitors to the National Homebuilding & Renovating Show at
the NEC (29 March - 1 April) will be able to see the latest
innovations in high quality doors and windows from JELD-WEN, one of
the UK's leading joinery manufacturers.
The company is exhibiting with Buildbase, a leading builders
merchant group, on stand A171, and will be demonstrating a range of
aesthetically pleasing, high performance products which enable
homeowners to add value to their properties.
Tony Newcombe of Buildbase said: "Visitors to the Homebuilding
show are looking for ideas of how to enhance their home and we aim
to inspire them with the products we will be displaying on our
stand. Joinery products are an important part of renovating a
home and we are delighted to be partnering with JELD-WEN to
demonstrate what a difference high quality windows and doors can
JELD-WEN's star of the show will be the new Stormsure Conservation window, which combines
authentic styling with up to the minute thermal performance.
Introduction of this window means that owners of period properties,
heritage homes or country cottages can enjoy
21st Century comforts, combined with stunning
aesthetics. The new Conservation window, which has been designed to
assist in meeting planning requirements within Conservation Areas,
is fully compliant with the latest Part L Building Regulations and
can be specified with U values as low as
JELD-WEN will also be showcasing its stunning new Fenton inline sliding patio doorset.
This attractive timber doorset boasts a slimline frame, which
enables homeowners to maximise their glazed area, flooding the
property with natural light and creating an airy, spacious feel,
even where space is restricted.
Alongside this will be the Room Fold Plus folding sliding internal oak room
divider. There are a number of options to choose from including
the new Shaker clear and new Aston three light door designs, both
of which provide homeowners with the flexibility to completely
close off or open up a room, to suit their needs. Room
Fold's unique design is top hung, so doesn't need a bottom track,
which provides uninterrupted flooring from room to room.
A three door clear glazed shaker Room Fold door will be
on show on the stand.
JELD-WEN continues to inspire homeowners with stylish oak doors
which can be seen at the show with the release of a new
specification for its Oregon Oak real wood veneer feature doors
range. This popular range is now available in the highest
quality American white oak veneers, with designs including Oak
Oregon, Aston and Shaker doors. This new specification is already
enjoying huge popularity with homeowners as it offers a more
authentic oak finish for these popular door styles. The range
includes a choice of timeless panelled designs and matching glazed
options, as well as a 30 minute (FD30) fire door option.
Also on display on the stand will be the new Newark moulded door, which is part of a range
of new designs from JELD-WEN, which also includes the Linea and Cube designs, each of which are available
solid or glazed, as well as with FD30 or FD60 fire door options and
bi-fold door versions.
Georgina Campbell, Marketing Manager at JELD-WEN, explains:
"This year's show looks set to be a really exciting event as we
will be unveiling our widely anticipated Stormsure Conservation
window, along with other innovative new designs of windows, doors
and patios doors. We are really pleased to be exhibiting with
Buildbase and are looking forward to demonstrating how the two
companies can offer customers an added value service. Visitors to
the show are in for a real treat!"
JELD-WEN will also be displaying its latest innovative stair
designs at the show, including its Prestige, Contemporary and Traditional ranges. The company will also have
technical experts on hand to answer questions on all aspects of
stairs specification and design. JELD-WEN aims to make buying
stairs as simple and straightforward as possible and offers a
comprehensive free service which includes a site visit, estimate,
technical advice, and a full assurance that the stairs will meet
all relevant Building Regulations.
All the new door and window styles, along with established
favourites, can be found in the NEW 2012 Joinery Basics brochure,
which will be available on the stand.