East Sussex-based Halo customer Tradesmith will soon become the second company to begin manufacturing the industry-leader’s new FlushSash window.
Tradesmith will begin fabricating the casement-effect FlushSash window system as part of its TS Collection, as Managing Director Mark Hutchinson explains: “Our TS FlushSash casement is perfectly suited to the heritage market, where an authentic looking replication of timber windows is required.
“The market for this type of window is particularly strong in the South East and on the South coast, owing to the style of properties where we will be promoting the FlushSash and its benefits.”
Combining elegant Georgian style with the modern benefits of energy-efficient PVC-U, FlushSash is the latest innovation to come from pioneering Halo, and uses the System10 suite of profiles. FlushSash windows are commonly fitted with traditional monkey tail handles and dummy peg stays to fit in with the heritage style. As with all Halo products, FlushSash offers style, strength and security in equal measure and requires little or no maintenance.
Tradesmith, which was established in 1992 in Hailsham, is the South East’s premier trade fabricator, and has been a Halo customer for 20 years. The company offers a wide range of windows, doors and conservatories for trade customers, including the System10 and Rustique profiles.
Mark concludes: “The FlushSash’s looks may be traditional but the performance is definitely not; Tradesmith is able to offer a WER B rating, with the option of an A+7 also available.”