New products unveiled

Eurocell started to reopen its branch network and central operations from Monday May 11 as part of a staged return to business, with social distancing and health and safety measures in place for customers and employees.

The business will open six stores initially at strategic locations around the country to trial new procedures and guidance, and won’t fully reopen all branches until it’s safe to do so, the company said.

Eurocell has streamlined its 24/7 online ordering system for fabricators and installers, which allows customers to order what they need from personalised account details. Installers can click and collect from the nearest branch, or arrange free delivery, which will get products direct to site in 24 hours.

The business has also invested in a number of new products which are now available to installers and fabricators: the new Aspect Flush French doors collection; and the improved Aspect bifold doors, and Studioglide aluminium bifold doors.

The new Equinox Vega solid roof system is the only fully ventilated tiled roof system and comes with glazed panels that increase the amount of natural light and enhance user comfort even more, the company said.

Furthermore, Covid-19 has given fresh impetus to creating home offices and separate spaces, Eurocell said, and its new Kyube garden buildings are designed for additional on-site work or entertainment accommodation.

Eurocell’s group head of marketing Chris Coxon said: “With a key point in the [recent] government announcement … being that construction workers can go back to work if it’s safe to do so, we’re starting operations back up to ensure our customers can get hold of the products they need for when they begin returning to work.

“Eurocell will be operating a gradual and safe return to work, with the initial opening of just a few branches. We’ll be following government and Public Health England (PHE) and government social distancing guidelines carefully. We thank all of our customers for helping us to comply with these guidelines and keeping everyone safe.”