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‘Passionate about aluminium’
July 2019

Award-winning hardware distributor WINDOW WARE has become a member of the Council for Aluminium in Building.

With continued demand for its extensive range of aluminium window and door hardware and ventilation solutions, the Bedfordshire-firm has joined CAB to ensure its ever-expanding product and service offering always hits the mark.

In addition to gaining industry insights and augmenting their own specialist knowledge, Window Ware will also be better placed to keep customers informed on the latest news, trends and regulation changes within the aluminium sector.

Richard Fraser, Business Development Manager for Aluminium, said: “There’s no doubt, Window Ware is more commonly recognised as a uPVC specialist, but we wanted to demonstrate that we are just as passionate and equally knowledgeable about aluminium. Joining CAB will help to affirm our dedication and expertise. 

“Over the past 18 months, our aluminium range has grown exponentially. We’ve added specialist louvres from RW Simon to our product offering, become an official distributor of Caldwell’s folding opener range, and started selling Yale’s new Lockmaster multi-point lock – designed specifically for bi-folds. We believe we’ve put together an accomplished aluminium offering that combines world-class products with comprehensive technical back-up.”

CAB Chief Execute Justin Ratcliffe added: “With every firm that joins, we’re building an extensive network of industry peers and professionals, all working together to maintain high standards and promote quality within the growing aluminium market. Window Ware have immediately engaged with our technical and marketing activities and this engagement is so crucial to maximising membership value. We look forward to working closely with their team on our upcoming events, meetings and technical briefings.”

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