Schueco UK announces permanent stand at National Self-Build Centre

  • 16 Jan 2019

Schueco UK has announced that it now has a permanent static display at the National Self-Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC) in Swindon, Wiltshire.

The specialist in aluminium systems for the residential market can now reach approximately 17,000 visitors every year at the NSBRC, all of whom are actively involved in planning or executing a building project.

Schueco UK’s stand (no: TV 82) features the company’s latest slimline sliding door system, a contemporary panoramic design façade with narrow sightlines and glass-to-glass corner, a concealed vent window system, entrance doors with designer panels and door control system.

In addition, the stand also has a TV monitor showing a gallery of project installations and a scanning facility for visitors to request further information and brochures.

Contact the NSBRC for further information on the new Schueco UK stand or to arrange an appointment to visit the Centre.

Contact:

Whitehall Avenue
Kingston
Milton Keynes
MK10 OAL
UK

Tel: 01908 282 111

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