Longstanding Optima fabricator, Tingdene Homes has confirmed a strong upturn in demand for its high-quality residential park homes and luxury holiday lodges. As one of the UK’s leading specialist park home manufacturers the attention to detail in every property is crucial and Optima from Epwin Window Systems helps the business fulfil its strong commitment to quality and innovation.
Tingdene’s Commercial Director, Jamie Wilkins comments: “Optima is a high-quality window and door system which can be custom manufactured and fitted in all our British-built homes and lodges. Our homes are destined for parks throughout the UK so the high quality and functionality of all our windows and doors is crucial to ensure years of trouble-free operation for our customers.”
The upturn in demand for Tingdene’s products are a result of more people downsizing along with an upturn in staycations following the pandemic and Brexit. Jamie said: “Customers can increasingly see the benefits of residential park home living. Similarly, the upturn in demand for our holiday lodges has risen as consumers now look to invest in holiday homes within the UK.”
Alongside this upturn in demand, the company is also seeing increased interest in coloured frames, with Anthracite Grey being a particularly popular choice. Jamie says: “Our customers are very design conscious and the Optima system in Anthracite Grey ticks all their boxes.”
Tingdene Homes has been fabricating Optima from Epwin Window System for several years and manufactures Optima casement windows, doors and French doors for its homes at its state-of-the-art production facility in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. Jamie says: “All our homes are manufactured to BS 3632, the specification for residential park homes and residential lodges. The quality and flexibility of Optima helps us meet this specification, especially when it comes to thermal insulation.”
The award-winning Optima system from Epwin Window Systems is an efficient to fabricate and easy-to-fit system designed and made in Britain for the British market.