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FlushSash brings Aztec to the Network

Aztec Windows is the latest company to sign-up as an affiliate supplier to pioneering glazing industry standards organisation, Network VEKA.

The Coventry-based company fabricates high-spec products from The VEKA UK Group – the use of which is a pre-requisite for Network VEKA’s 150-strong membership.

One product that particularly factored in Aztec’s affiliate membership is Halo’s FlushSash system which, while faithful to the appearance of traditional wooden-framed windows, provides all the modern-day benefits of PVC-U replacements.

John Ogilvie, Managing Director of Network VEKA, commented:

Network VEKA members are keen to promote and sell products from The VEKA UK Group, particularly ones with unique selling points, and the FlushSash window through Aztec is a good example of this.”

Aztec, which recently celebrated its 25th year of trading, was the first Halo customer to begin fabricating the FlushSash system, instantly bringing the company to Network VEKA’s attention. Priding itself on the ability to provide customers with an unrivalled package of benefits and superior levels of customer service, throughout the PVC-U installation process, the Network instantly saw the potential in FlushSash, especially for properties situated in conservation areas where authentic looks are all-important.

Network VEKA’s list of affiliate members covers everything required for premium PVC-U glazing installations – from hinges and fasteners to financial services and even fleet vehicles – with members eligible for special prices and other benefits.

John continues: “The goal with Network VEKA has always been to raise standards throughout the PVC-U window industry, and with affiliate members like Aztec on-hand to provide our installers with high-spec products for a specific market need, we continue to keep all the bases covered. We look forward to progressing our work with Aztec and fulfilling homeowners’ heritage project needs.”

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