Elegance for traditional properties
Roseview has reported that it is on course for a record-breaking 2018-2019, and is now 15% ahead of where it was this time last year.
The Buckinghamshire-based firm has benefitted from rising demand for its Rose Collection from both the trade and commercial sectors.
“It’s hugely gratifying for us that, even after all these years, we’re still seeing new customers discovering the outstanding aesthetics, technical ingenuity and unparalleled authenticity of the Rose Collection,” marketing manager Mike Bygrave said.
“But a significant proportion of this year’s sales growth has also come from existing customers, and that’s incredibly rewarding too. These are businesses who’ve been able to use our products to win lucrative work in the high-end market and grow as a result. It’s a fantastic demonstration of the benefits of partnering with Roseview.”
Mike said the company had implemented product improvements over the last few years, including introducing aluminium carrier bars as standard across the range.
Roseview Windows has also drawn attention to the astragal bar from The Georgian Bar Company, which is uses.
“We continue to innovate designs to bring sash windows bang up to date,” Willie Kerr, managing director at Roseview Windows, said. “We don’t stick to just squares, we create all sorts of designs for customers. Thinking differently with the design uplifts replacement heritage windows into something that’s highly desirable for all properties.
“Georgian Bar Company astragal bars are a significant part of the design and more than 70% of sash windows from Roseview include them. We offer elegant styling for traditional properties and often recreate the exact look based on the timber windows being replaced.
“This means there’s no compromise, as they are getting all the modern benefits of top-performing, energy-efficient and high security windows. But we don’t just work in the heritage sector. A large proportion of our windows end up in new build homes because housebuilders can create an individual style on an estate by installing stunning windows. British homebuyers want the convenience of a new home but still want the traditional elegance.”