FIT Show Success for Senior’s
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FIT Show Success for Senior’s

FIT Show Success

‘Homes by Senior’ was the main theme adopted at FIT by Senior’s, the UK’s leading systems company. With an island site near to the main entrance, there was no shortage of visitors to the busy stand. Interest was firmly focused on the new Hybrid and aluminium products on display, including the slide & fold door and the all new lift and slide door, both products suitable for both the new build and home improvement markets.

Sales Director, Steve Wightman comments on the show, “It’s good to see that we have a dedicated exhibition for the window industry once again and we are very pleased to have exhibited on such a prominent stand. The ‘FIT Team’s’ pre-show marketing has been first class and the show has certainly delivered providing excellent organisation.

“Talking to stand visitors at the show there is no doubt that the industry continues to go through a tough time, however many visitors were also upbeat about future work in 2013. We are confident with the interest shown in our new range of Hybrid products, now specifically aimed at the home improvement market, we can offer our customers a competitive edge in these tough times.”

‘Homes by Senior’s’ Hybrid range is now available in fabricated form for the first time; further enabling the smaller installers, who were very evident at the FIT Show, to purchase ‘ready to install’ doors at competitive rates. Available on short lead times and in a wide range of standard colours, ‘Homes by Senior’ products are suitable for virtually any location. Hybrid combines the long life and low maintenance of aluminium on the outside with the high insulation, environmentally focused benefits, of 100% PEFC accredited timber to the inside. All materials used in the systems construction are fully recyclable.

Senior’s have already confirmed that they will be exhibiting at the 2014 show and are promising further new product releases in the coming months.

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