Lincoln based PVC-u and aluminium fabricator, Sternfenster, has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s G Awards.
Launched earlier in 2015, the fabricator’s new range of PVC-u windows and doors, StyleLine, is up for the prestigious New Product of the Year category.
Managing director, Mike Parczuk, commented on the good news: “We’re delighted to have been nominated, especially as this is the first time Sternfenster has entered the G-Awards. This year we’ve seen a number of great new products being launched, and we’re truly honoured, and very excited, to have been shortlisted amongst the best with our StyleLine range.”
The advanced PVC-u windows and doors are the result of Sternfenster’s commitment to innovation and continuous improvement. Combining state-of-the-art manufacturing machinery with highly skilled work force, and the best components available on the market, the StyleLine range is pushing at the boundaries of PVC-u, by enhancing all aspects, from aesthetics, to security, strength and durability.
The exclusive range is perfectly positioned to appeal both to PVC-u and timber buyers. Mike said: “The unique, high quality finish, and superior features of the StyleLine brand, are available in several profile systems, opening up unrivalled cross-selling and upselling opportunities for our retail partners. Our relentless investment strategy enables us to offer our installer clients the very best products, giving them a strong competitive edge in the marketplace.”
Mike concluded: “This kind of recognition is incredibly rewarding, and everyone at Sternfenster is thrilled with the G15 nomination, which comes as yet another seal of approval for StyleLine. We look forward to a great evening in London on November 27th, when all winners will be revealed.”
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