The move reflects REHAU’s ongoing commitment to the Scottish housing market, and its support for customers across Scotland supplying and installing windows, doors and curtain walling on both new build and refurbishment projects.
REHAU will be exhibiting at the SFHA’s Property Repairs and Asset Management Conference as part of its membership, held at Aviemore in October – and is nominating its team of technical and commercial experts to speak at other SFHA events.
REHAU’s products are specified by social housing providers throughout Scotland.
The company has a network of fabricators producing popular products in the REHAU TOTAL70 system; including fully reversible and tilt & turn windows, and advanced Passivhaus certified products such as the GENEO window and REHAU Polytec 50 curtain walling systems.
Leila Robertson, REHAU’s Commercial Sales Manager in Scotland said: REHAU is involved in some of the most high profile social housing projects currently taking place in Scotland, including the Linthouse Point project in Glasgow.
It makes perfect sense then for us to be involved with the SFHA at this time and we will be looking to make a very positive contribution.
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