Roseview Windows, the specialist fabricator of uPVC sash windows, is setting up a new training school to provide installers with the tools they need to take advantage of the lucrative VS market. The half day training courses will be run by managing director Willie Kerr, who was one of the early pioneers of the sash window market in the 1980s, and will teach installers how Roseview’s unique products are constructed and how they should be correctly installed.

Willie Kerr comments: “Roseview have been making and installing sash windows for 30 years and our staff have acquired an immense wealth of knowledge during this time. The aim of the course is to pass this information to installers and surveyors and give them the tools and confidence to take on even the most ambitious sash window projects. The sash window market is buoyant and ultimately we want our customer to take full advantage.”

Roseview manufacture three sash windows – the Ultimate Rose, the Heritage Rose and the Charisma Rose – and each product incorporates unique features designed to enhance authenticity.

Willie continues: “Our windows may be based on the REHAU and Eurocell profile systems, but, they’re completely different to the vertical sliders you would find from another REHAU and Eurocell fabricator. For example, our conservation standard window, the Ultimate Rose, includes a run-through sash horn with a flush fitting end cap that’s unique in the market today. During the training course I will review our products in detail so installers fully understand all the innovative features that is built into every product we produce.”

The training course will take place at Roseview’s headquarters in Olney, Buckinghamshire, and will include a tour of the company’s recently extended factory. If you wish to book a place on the training school, simply call Roseview on 01234 712657.

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