Steel Window Fittings unveils a stunning new website

  • 6 Jun 2023

Steel Window Association member Steel Window Fittings’ (SWF) new website – Steel Window Fittings | Fittings and Hardware for Steel Windows – will improve the customer’s experience when exploring the innovative window and door ironmongery portfolios.

As the original website was due an extensive update, SWF took the decision for a complete redesign to improve aesthetics and ease of navigation. It now boasts a fresh new look which highlights the signature SWF branding and colour scheme.

The homepage features an eye-catching carousel banner which provides the perfect place to view Steel Window Fittings’ latest news and information. Product categories, available finishes and news are all easily accessible by simply scrolling through the homepage.  


The site has been fully optimised so customers on desktop, mobile or any other device will now be able to access all of products.

The ‘About us’ page has been updated so customers can have a better understanding of the company and its heritage. In addition, the improved ‘Contact us’ page now features photographs and contact details for the sale team.

James Barrett, from the SWF, comments: “I am overjoyed with the features this site now offers. We pride ourselves on our technical knowledge and personable approach.

“We’ve added a new case studies section that will be updated regularly to showcase our latest projects. These have been created to help envision how our product will look on windows or doors. It also gives us the opportunity to highlight some of the fantastic work that our customers produce.”

For further information on SWF, visit www.steelwindowfittings.com

For further information on the Steel Window Association or if you want to become a member, visit www.steel-window-association.co.uk

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