Leading trade fabricator Dekko Window Systems is celebrating ten years of collaboration with Residence Collection, a significant milestone that underscores a decade of shared success, innovation, and an unwavering commitment to delivering excellence.

Since joining forces in 2013, Dekko has manufactured premium timber alternative uPVC windows and doors that meet the highest standards of quality and design, having since become the UK’s largest Residence Collection fabricator.

In ten years, Dekko has manufactured over 61,000 Residence Collection frames, averaging 130 frames per week across the R9, R7, and R2 ranges.

Dekko Sales Director Kurt Greatrex comments: “Today’s consumers are looking for high quality, beautiful and functional products, and that’s what they get with The Residence Collection. We’ve been proud to produce their stunning windows and doors for ten years now, and from day one it’s been a productive relationship.

“Our enduring collaboration with Residence Collection extends beyond mere product manufacturing – it’s a shared journey of innovation and excellence. The premium systems from Residence have played a pivotal role in enhancing our product offerings, enabling us to consistently provide exceptional solutions to our customers.

“This partnership has been a driving force behind our continuous strides in technology, design, and, most importantly, overall customer satisfaction. As we raise a toast to the last ten years of success, we are excited about the possibilities and achievements that the next decade holds for us together.”

Residence Collection Sales and Marketing Director Sarah Hitchings added: “Long lasting relationships like this one are the cornerstone of our business, and we couldn’t bring our products to customers without Dekko’s expertise and commitment to the highest standards of production. Both our businesses have grown over the past decade, and we’re looking forward to even more success in the future!”

Visit www.dekkowindows.com and www.residencecollection.co.uk

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