Cornering the Scottish market
As the country’s only licenced Timberweld fabricator, Sidey claims to be cornering the Scottish market when it comes to the manufacture of traditional style windows and doors that provide modern performance.
Sidey now manufactures, supplies and installs a range of windows and doors using Timberweld technology, providing butt-jointed construction and the appearance of wooden mortised and tenoned joints.
Steve Hardy, Sidey’s joint managing director, said: “Scotland has a rich architectural heritage and large numbers of period properties, meaning that it’s particularly important to offer homeowners the option for windows and doors with the authentic appearance of timber, combined with the low maintenance and energy efficiency benefits of PVCU.
“Timberweld is the perfect way to achieve an authentic timber style, both on the inside and outside of the frame. Not only does the seamless butt-joint effect make these windows and doors ideal for conservation areas and heritage properties, but the sleek, modern appearance is also hugely popular for the contemporary market too.
“We recently launched the products in our Perth showroom, enabling us to demonstrate the many benefits to our customers, and we’ve already had a great reaction to the traditional timber style finish.”