SWISSPACER has produced top quality Georgian bar sample boxes, as part the launch of its extended Georgian bar range.
Following the growth of heritage-style windows, SWISSPACER recently developed two new Georgian bar sizes, 12 x 18mm and 16 x 18mm, specifically for the UK and Ireland.
SWISSPACER’s Georgian bar helps create authentic, high performance heritage-style flush sash and vertical slider windows.
This gives a seamless transition from the outer warm edge spacer bar to inner Georgian bar for outstanding energy performance and a sophisiticated look.
The new sample boxes let sealed unit makers and fabricators see and feel SWISSPACER’s Georgian bar, and learn how it’s put together.
The aesthetically impressive sample box features a Georgian bar frame with new bar crosses, corner keys and an integrated anti-rattle plug.
To order your free sample box now, call SWISSPACER on 01908 335190 or email John Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information on SWISSPACER’s Georgian Bar can be found here – http://www.buildingtalk.com/fensterbau-frontale-to-feature-swisspacer/
t: 07834 162 485
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