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NEWS
Home in the Valley
Infinite possibilities
North-West installer Droylsden Glass has become the latest firm to partnerwith DekkoWindowSystems.
With ambitions to offer their customers the best of both, the business, which is celebrating 35 years of trading, has added not only Dekko’s standard Deceuninck PVC-U windows to its range, but also Infinity – its premium collection of seamless PVC-U windows.
“In today’s competitive marketplace, the best attribute any installer can have is a strong and diverse product range,” says Kurt Greatrex, sales director at Dekko. “By offering both solutions, Droylsden can deliver a high-quality core product from Deceuninck with the fantastic upselling opportunity offered by our luxury Infinity collection.”
“Infinity makes such a great addition to Droylsden’s offering because of the variety of projects they complete. Infinity provides a high-performance solution for the many schools Droylsden refurbishes whilst still providing Mrs Smith withafantastic,premiumfinish to her home.With the seamless, timber-like appearance achieved by our graf welder and one of our authentic woodgrain finishes, Infinity is even at home on older, heritage properties.”
Infinity is just one of Dekko’s premium lines, with Räum their luxury range of aluminium windows and doors, and all three high-performance solutions from The Residence Collection. ❐
Derby, eight fitting teams and a dedicated customer support team. With an excellentreputation and strong customer base, we found a lot of synergies between the businesses, making it an extremely viable means of growing our business into the Midlands.
“Trent Valley Home Improvements has been bought as a going concern and we very much intendfor i tto remain that way. Having already invested in the area with a new Conservatory Outlet branded showrooms, the plan is to amalgamate the businesses into our new showrooms, but rebranding as Trent Valley Home Improvements.” ❐
West Yorkshire Windows has expanded into the Midlands through the acquisition of Nottingham based Trent Valley Home Improvements. West Yorkshire Windows will take forward the retail side of the business including two showrooms, while the architectural side will stay as Thames Valley Architectural under the existing ownership.
Andrew Glover, owner of West Yorkshire Windows, says: “The Trent Valley Windows and Door Company brand has been successfully trading in the Nottingham area for over 2 5years with showrooms in Nottingham and
Independent Network has rounded off the summer with a trip across the Channel to Veka France in Thonon-les- Bains.
Veka France MD Jos Lenferink
played host to 42 guests for
the three-day event, including
Independent Network
members, Veka Group staff
andVeka MD Dave Jones.
Delegates from member
companies arrived on the
Thursday afternoon and were
welcomed by the team. The
first full day began witha
factory and showroom tour
led by Jos Lenferink and a
presentation of the French
Installer programme ‘Le Fenetrier Nicois’.
Later,Veka Group’s marketing director Dawn Brickwood gave an overview of the evolution fo Network Veka into Independent Network which was well received by attendees. Lunch was served lakeside atThonon,followed by an afternoon of networking between the UK guests and French hosts and evening saw members enjoying dinner and a night at the Casino in Evian. ❐
Kurt Greatrex, Dekko sale director


































































































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