OUR SUPPLIERS

WindoorsInt is known for its quality products and it is only possible to make a superior product if you have high quality raw material. We are proud of our high-end suppliers who deliver us excellent building blocks that result in amazing products. Following are our valued suppliers:

SMART ARCHITECTURAL ALUMINIUM

Smart Architectural Aluminium has grown over the past 30 years to become one of the UK’s leading aluminium systems and suppliers of bespoke extrusion with a reputation for product innovation, design expertise, technical competence and quality.

Located in Yatton, North Somerset, in an impressive 30,000sq/m purpose built building housing their offices, extrusion press, powder coating paint line and distribution facilities, the company has an annual turnover of over £40million and employs 200 people.

Smart Aluminium is committed to high standards of quality and workmanship. Quality implies consistency, reliability and durability in terms of materials, product performance and service. Smart Aluminium operates an extensive testing regime to ensure that the products continue to perform to the highest standards. Smart Aluminium fully supports independent certification and assessment schemes such as those offered by BSI.

For further details visit: www.smartsystems.co.uk

REHAU

REHAU was founded in Germany in 1948 and first entered the UK market in 1962. Today REHAU ia a truly global company, established in 170 countries and with more than 15,000 employees. As a company they bring the guarantee of stability and continuity to the market.

REHAU is one of the first companies to produce and sell uPVC window and door systems in the UK and today all of our windows and doors systems are produced at their state of art manufacturing plant in North Wales – bringing together the best in German design with UK manufacture.

All of the products are designed with customer and the market demand in mind to enhance domestic or commercial buildings whilst providing energy efficiency and durability. The innovative energy efficient windows and doors help you to save money and keep your home energy efficient.

REHAU environment friendly practices speak for themselves. REHAU is constantly re-assessing how the impact on the environment can be minimized, they hold the British Standards certification – BS EN 140001 for environmental standards and the window systems are rated ‘A’ by the British Research Establishment Green Guide for Recyclability. You can rest assured that by choosing REHAU you are choosing an environmentally friendly solution.

For further details visit: www.rehauhome.com

SYNSEAL

Synseal is known for great products, great service, and reliability. Synseal operate in the United Kingdom and Ireland and their products are designed specifically for these markets, ensuring that they do not compromise on design and functionality.

Synseal was established in 1980 and today they’re the UK’s number one choice for windows, doors and conservatories. Synseal is constantly improving technologies to build environmentally sustainable products.

For more information visit: www.synseal.co.uk

PILKINGTON

Pilkington Group Limited is a multinational glass manufacturing company headquartered in St Helens, United Kingdom. They have vast range of glass lines from self-cleaning glass to decorated glass. Their glass reduces solar heat gain and offers high levels of natural light to provide comfortable and pleasant environments to live or work in.

Pilkington Energy-efficient glass can play an important role in achieving energy efficiency by thermal insulation of homes. With increasing environmental awareness as well as the rising costs of energy, more emphasis is now being placed on ways to save energy in all types of domestic and commercial. Pilkington is the ideal choice of glass for sound control in situations where there is excess noise from roads, rail, air traffic and other sources.

For total reassurance of greater safety and security without compromising levels of natural daylight, Pilkington offers a choice of glass products. From security to fire-resistance, glass can be used to protect a building’s occupants from accidental and deliberate damage in many ways, while also allowing the creation of bold and attractive designs.

For further details visit: www.pilkington.com