Keylite makes changes to its range of roof windows

Published:  26 January, 2016

Keylite have started the year with an attractive proposition to builders in the form of more choice and more performance within their range of roof windows.

To start off 2016, there will be price reductions of around 15% on Keylite white painted roof windows. The new changes address the growing popularity of the company’s white painted windows.

Managing director, John Duffin said: “Previously our customers paid a surcharge for white painted windows compared to the traditional pine alternative. We want to give the market both value and choice so will continue to service both the pine and white ranges equally.”

In addition to the price reduction the specification of the standard white painted windows has also been upgraded and now offers more performance as the windows will now include laminated inner glazing panes for enhanced safety which is particularly important in overhead applications.

The new pricing becomes effective from 1st February 2016.

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