A quality hand crafted uPVC window that looks like timber
Andover - Hampshire (PRWEB UK) 2 July 2012
Long established Hampshire based timber, aluminium and PVC-u installer KJM Windows and Conservatories has launched the new Beaumont range of composite windows. Based on the Deceuninck 2800 system, the Beaumont composite window is hand crafted using traditional jointing methods to create the aesthetics of timber but with the modern high performance of PVC-u. It is an energy 'A' rated window as standard, available in an array of finishes inside and out with a choice of traditional monkey tail handles or contemporary ironmongery.
KJM's Managing Director Mark Pearce said "This new range of uPVC windows is really something different, it gives the homeowner a new choice and will create a new niche between our current uPVC and timber window range. Dempsey Dyer (the manufacturer) have in my opinion produced a first within the industry"
The concept was dreamt up two years ago when Mark Beaumont, Head of the Dempsey Dyer research and development team, manufactured the first prototype. Mark comments: "From our market research it was clear there was a huge demand for an affordable window that looked like timber but with none of the maintenance issues - so we decided to create a solution. The Beaumont range is a unique product development and has been specifically designed to bridge the gap between timber and PVC-u. It offers the low maintenance of PVC-U with genuine timber aesthetics and has been extremely well received by installers, homeowners, specifiers and conservation officers alike."
The new Beaumont window system is available to view in the KJM's showroom based in Andover Hampshire.