(PRWEB) March 10, 2011
As part of the ongoing campaign to reach a wider audience with our extensive product offering, Dempsey Dyer is featuring in the spring edition of the hugely successful ‘At Home with Sarah Beeny’ magazine
The spring edition of At Home with Sarah Beeny will include a Windows & Doors section that takes a look at the options available for the consumer on the marketplace today. Dempsey Dyer are ideally suited to this category due to the many different options available to create highly bespoke timber windows, doors and conservatories.
Property expert Sarah Beeny’s latest Channel 4 show saw both her and her husband undertake a large renovation project at their listed Georgian Stately home in Yorkshire. From this first-hand experience, At Home have invited her back to the magazine once again to provide her insight from choosing the right property to renovating and finding suitable suppliers.
With a two page advertorial in the section primarily focussing on both timber windows and , timber doors Dempsey Dyer is ideally placed to take advantage of the 130,000 copies that are produced and distributed nationwide.
Additionally, Dempsey Dyer will benefit from the renovation focus of the magazine due to their extensive experience in this sector. Dempsey Dyer specialise in the manufacture of heritage products that feature modern day technology with a high performance design. Dempsey Dyer’s commitment to ‘durability by design’ ensures their products are manufactured to the highest standard and last for years on end.
The advertorial will focus totally on the timber window, door and conservatory products that Dempsey Dyer offers. The approach is to educate the consumer on timber external joinery products as the marketplace is extremely diverse in both the quality and therefore the price that it is sold at. Dempsey Dyer will therefore offer their unique “five steps to durability by design” as a way of giving the consumer a better understanding of how to compare different products. In essence, try and look beyond the immediate aesthetics and focus more on the technical elements of design that ensure product performance for the next fifty years as opposed to the next 12 months.
The magazine will be available from spring 2011 at a cover price of £3.50. You can obtain your copy from a selection of major retailers, newsagents and supermarkets. Copies will also be provided to beauty salons, fitness clubs and a variety of waiting rooms including dentists and doctor’s surgeries.
No matter what your budget or what extent of repair work needs to be carried out, ‘Renovate Your Home With Sarah Beeny’ is the must-have guide to modernising and refurbishing your home.