Vortice has been awarded the contract to supply intermittent ventilation fans to Midlands-based housebuilder William Davis.
William Davis has been building homes for over 80 years and is known for its high quality craftsmanship. Mill Fields, in Leicestershire village of Broughton Astley, will be completed first.
Vortice Specification Manager for the North, Ken Johnson, said “The fans chosen are stylish and discreet, making them the ideal choice for bathrooms, utility rooms and kitchens.” Ken also explained that he was delighted that William Davis had chosen Vortice products for the new homes.
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