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Battle Of The Hybrids

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Hybrid windows and doors aren’t going away. In fact, after visiting the FIT Show at the end of May, it became even more apparent that they’re going to play a bigger part in our industry as we move forward. There was quite a few timber/ali systems on show this year, ...

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FIT SHOW 2017: MY FULL REVIEW

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The FIT Show is over for another year, and there definitely won’t be another one until 2019. The stands have been packed down. Sore feet have been rested. The hangovers have been cleared. We’re all back to doing our day jobs. I have already posted daily reviews of the exhibition. ...

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FIT Show 2017: My Full Review

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The FIT Show is over for another year, and there definitely won’t be another one until 2019. The stands have been packed down. Sore feet have been rested. The hangovers have been cleared. We’re all back to doing our day jobs. I have already posted daily reviews of the exhibition. ...

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FIT Show 2017: Day One Review

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Day One of the 2017 FIT Show has come to an end, welcome to your official DGB FIT Show 2017 day one review. Lots to talk about, so I’ll try and keep it brief and save the big detail for the major review at the end of the week. Impressive ...

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Image Use Is Still A Problem In This Industry

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As an installer, is there anything more annoying than when another company uses your image for their own use without permission? All that hard work and effort, just for someone else to use your work in their name for their gains. Irritating? Damn right. The issue of image use is ...

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I Believe The Window Industry Is Now In Crisis

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It would be fair to say that since the beginning of the year, I have been inundated with conversations, complaints and general conversation about the dire state of fabrication from various installers. I have also been party conversations with fabricators about the problems they are having with their systems companies ...

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