Dempsey Dyer’s products feature in residential apartments and penthouses in Kent
Deceuninck 3000 Series PVCu windows
Deceuninck 3000 Series PVCu windows have been specified for the Victory Pier waterside village development in Kent.
Victory Pier is a Berkeley First project on the river Medway in Kent.
The luxurious nature of the development means that the contractors were looking for something special at every stage of the specification process.
The contractors were looking for a coloured profile that offered long-lasting, fade-resistant aesthetics and excellent energy efficiency.
Dempsey Dyer were successful in the tendering process, offering both the product and the experience that the contractors were looking for.
Dempsey Dyer tendered for the project using the Deceuninck 3000 Series range coloured in RAL 7031 – Blue/Grey using Deceuninck patented Decoroc process.
The Decoroc structure offered a colour fast guarantee.
Another important consideration was Dempsey Dyer’s pedigree and financial strength. They have nearly 30 years’ experience in the industry and remain debt-free to this day.
Martyn Wright, commercial manager at Dempsey Dyer, was delighted to be awarded the contract and said: “The unique Decoroc system from Deceuninck is a high quality product that’s ideal for high specification projects such as Victory Pier and we’re delighted to have been chosen as the supplier and be working with Berkeley Homes to get the perfect result.”
Aluminium windows have long been specifiers’ window of choice, especially on design-driven projects such as Victory Pier.
The Deceuninck Decoroc coloured profiles demonstrate that PVCu can now more than give aluminium a run for its money.
Deceuninck has changed the brand names of its three main systems to help communicate better with homeowners and potential clients.
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