TRUFRAME GETS A LITTLE FLUSHED

TruFrame have just launched the new, impressive and energy efficient uPVC flush sash window from Liniar, including a number of exclusive foil finishes, which also incorporates Yale’s enhanced security shootbolt locking as standard.

Using Liniar’s six-chambered EnergyPlus sculptured frame, the window incorporates a new four-chambered 50mm deep flush sash which is 62mm high, making for a sightline of just 102mm. This new window has been designed to replicate the stylish and slimline appearance of a traditional timber window, yet using modern materials.

The are a wide range of colours available from stock including white, flat cream, Rosewood, Golden Oak and TruFrame’s own white foil and Irish Oak options, along with a range of special foils including black, cream foil and Chartwell Green. Hardware finishing options include contemporary handles and suited traditional locking monkey tail handles and a dummy stay from the VBH GreenteQ range, along with a milled astragal and Georgian bar.

Like all TruFrame windows and doors, the new flush sash product will benefit from a degree of hand finishing, using their exclusive 4-step process. This involves the checking and refinishing off the corner contours, levelling of the outside edges, ensuring uniformity of the corner grooves and the cleaning of all apertures for any weld-build up.

David Firmager, managing director of TruFrame commented: ‘Our new flush sash window is an important addition to our expanding product range and our customers have been eager to get their hands on samples. Yet it’s all part of a strategic development programme that will realise further new products throughout the course of 2015 and I fully expect it will be one of our most exciting years yet!’

For further information log on to www.truframe.co.uk where there’s a complete set of product downloads or call the sales office on 01664 410140 for a free copy of their 68 page guide to windows, doors and conservatries. You can also add to their growing following on Twitter @TruFrame.

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