Demonstrating their commitment to offering fabricators everything they need, award-winning hardware distributors Window Ware has strengthened their aluminium range with the launch of Duco louvre vents from air management specialists RW Simon.
Designed for a wide variety of non-domestic applications, the Duco louvre range delivers intensive ventilation with unique stackable ‘Z’ shaped blades that guarantee strength, durability and dependable burglar resistance. Available with a wide array of blade and frame options, the new range is equally at home as part of a window system or as a stand-alone louvre.
It’s one of many new aluminium lines added this year by Richard Fraser, Window Ware’s new Business Development Manager for aluminium products. Using his three decades of industry experience, Richard has been hard at work supporting aluminium fabricators and speaking with systems houses and manufacturers to explore new product opportunities.
“We are absolutely delighted to announce the launch of the Duco Louvre range, extending our aluminium offering and strengthening our longstanding partnership with RW Simon,” comments Richard. “As more fabricators and installers explore the buoyant aluminium market, we want to ensure we are supporting our valued customers in the best possible way. Adding fantastic new products is just one way we can achieve this.”
“Aluminium will undoubtedly be a massive growth area for businesses in 2019 and beyond. We’ve been proactively building what we would argue is the most comprehensive aluminium offering on the market – one which can be ordered in seven different ways and delivered the very next day alongside our uPVC hardware, tools and consumables.”
In addition to the new range from RW Simon, this year Window Ware has also introduced the renowned Caldwell folding opener system – becoming an official distributor of the range. The firm also extended its longstanding partnership with Yale by supplying their new Lockmaster multipoint lock built specifically to fit the slim sightlines of bi-fold doors.
These are just some of the 6,500 unique products offered by the Bedfordshire firm.