Robin contacted REHAU’s Glasgow team to discuss replacing two rotting timber screens with low maintenance, energy efficient PVC-U alternatives.
Having put together a scheme based around his knowledge of REHAU and its systems, he met with REHAU’s Scotland Commercial Sales Manager Leila Robertson and Technical Applications Engineer Paul Pell, who were able to propose a simplified, cost effective solutions which would still meet his requirements.
Leila then put Robin in touch with three local Scottish fabricators, who he could approach to quote for the fabrication and installation of the screens.
Leila commented: ñRobin had the technical knowledge required to design the screen for himself using standard REHAU profiles and coupling sections. However, we were able to present him with a solution simply using the highly versatile REHAU TOTAL70 profiles which eliminated most of the complex and relatively expensive coupling sections but didn’t compromise on the overall design.
ñWhilst it was an unusual project and a relatively rare request, it was all part of the service from REHAU and we had another very happy customer.î
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