Keylite has launched a brand new Specification Tool, with new product ranges included, technical information improved and a more enhanced user experience at its core.
This new tool is in keeping with the company’s mantra of providing the most advanced in technical information for its customers, including house builders, architects and specifiers.
In creating this new tool, Keylite undertook research with a number of architects and specifiers to ascertain their requirements when specifying roof windows, with the team tailoring the new tool towards these needs.
New features include the ability to add multiples window specifications, improved mobile functionality and options to print, copy and email specifications at the click of a button.
Load time has improved greatly and all redundant sections are now hidden at each stage, leaving less room for error or confusion.
With a new tutorial feature, and less steps required to create a specification, it is now easier than ever to specify Keylite products.
To speak to a member of Keylite’s Technical Team or for any more info, call 01283 200 158 or visit keyliteroofwindows.com
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