Engineered timber windows and doors make an entrance at WFM

In response to the growing demand from homeowners looking for traditional materials to enhance their home, Window Fitters Mate (WFM) – one of the leading independent suppliers of fabricated windows, doors and conservatories in the UK – has introduced a new and comprehensive range of engineered timber products that boast the ultimate in quality, aesthetics and an incredible 30 year guarantee on timber.

Comprising everything needed to fit timber windows, doors, and conservatories, the new range features both Standard and Premium products from Europe and the UK. These include casement windows, bi-fold doors, sliding sash windows and even ali-clad style timber windows. To complement these, a full range of finished timber products is also available including architraves and decorative mouldings, and bespoke timber orders are also offered.

Manufactured using knot-free engineered timber that is slow grown from sustainable and renewable sources, this new breed of timber product combines the good looks of real wood with up to 60% increase in strength and durability. Supplied fully glazed and either painted or stained, all products carry an impressive eight year guarantee on the paint finish.

Available in single, double and triple glazed options for the ultimate in thermal efficiency and energy savings, the new timber products also come with secure, multi-point locking mechanisms for extra security, meeting or exceeding the relevant British Standards – BS 644 and BS 6375 I & II.

Commenting on this new range, WFM’s Operations Manager, Steve Jones said:

“The long wait for a product that truly replicates the beauty of real wood and offers minimal maintenance is finally over. We are delighted to offer this latest generation of engineered timber products that not only look good, but set the benchmark for security, long-term durability and unbeatable guarantees.”

Steve adds: “With new research predicting a surge in demand for timber windows, doors and conservatories in the new build and refurbishment markets, as well as those homes bound by planning and conservation constraints, it’s imperative that WFM stays true to its one-stop-shop offering and provides choice and variety for all its customers.”

“To help customers capitalise on new business opportunities using engineered timber, WFM is offering free help and advice, together with the unrivalled backup and support for which we are renowned,” adds Steve.

The impressive quality and durability of engineered timber arises in part from the engineering process that helps make the profiles extremely strong, long lasting and less prone to warping, bowing and twisting. After removing any defects such as knots, the defect-free timber is finger-jointed to create lengths that are laminated together to produce robust engineered timber.

For further information, visit www.wfm.co.uk or contact 0845 0036 825.