Starting today (1st February), Keylite is offering price reductions of up to 15% on a range of its popular roof window products.
The new initiative addresses the growing popularity of Keylite’s white painted windows, which were previously accompanied with a surcharge compared to the traditional pine alternative. The 15% price reduction means the choice of finish is opened up to users with no additional costs involved.
In addition to the price reduction, the specification of the standard white painted windows has also been upgraded to offer additional performance benefits. The windows will now include laminated inner glazing panes for enhanced safety, which is particularly important in overhead applications.
John Duffin of Keylite commented: “Quite simply these are our best white painted windows ever combining all the familiar Keylite innovations with new lower prices and improved glazing
We want to give the market both value and choice so will continue to service both the Pine and White ranges equally via our merchants supported from our extensive stock in South Derbyshire.”
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