More VEKA options for Scottish installers
September 8, 2019
Andrew Wright Windows, a long-standing VEKA fabricator based in Irvine has adopted VEKA UK’s M70 profile for the benefit of customers across Scotland.
Andrew Wright Windows added this popular bevelled system to the company’s already extensive offering in order for trade customers to access the coveted profile from a local supplier.
Charlie Berry, Owner of Andrew Wright Windows explains: “we’re happy to have added the bevelled M70 to our sales portfolio so that customers have even more product choice bearing the globally renowned VEKA name. M70 provides clean lines and modern style, and there are only one or two M70 fabricators currently based in Scotland. Our customers will be pleased to see this versatile profile system being used to manufacture high quality frames right here in Ayrshire.
“Adding the M70 profile to our offering comes at a time of increased investment for Andrew Wright; including opening an extensive new showroom and running a TV advertising campaign that highlights the exceptional standard of our systems.
“The company was established way back in 1937 and, to this day, we refuse to compromise on quality. We are proud to fabricate industry-leading VEKA UK systems, and to be a founding member of Independent Network.
“We serve retail, trade and commercial sectors throughout Scotland and offer customers a ‘one-stop-shop’ when it comes to high quality windows and doors.”
VEKA UK Sales Director Neil Evans added: “It’s great to see Andrew Wright adopting VEKA UK’s ever-popular M70 profile system.
“M70 offers a contemporary aesthetic and can be specified in any of the colours and woodgrain options from VEKA UK’s Variations collection. It can be used for large window and door specifications and has five chambers for great thermal performance; so homeowners can enjoy plenty of light in their property without losing heat via the frame.
“I’m sure that trade customers in Western Scotland will appreciate having the option to ‘shop local’ for this versatile product.”