At Eurocell, their extensive product range ensures that they not only supply the products the market wants, but that they’re also providing the practical benefits and added value advantages fabricators need.
Locally made, locally recycled
Top of the agenda for many people is the issue of sustainability, and as we move towards a zero-carbon society this is only going to become more important. To play their part, approximately one third of the 60,000 tonnes of product Eurocell make is recycled.
They achieve this by creating the engineered central core, which typically makes up 50% of a product, from recycled material while any products not exposed to direct sunlight are 100% recycled. Eurocell are so committed to sustainability that they have invested over £10m in developing their PVC-U recycling plant.
Not only do they do all their recycling in the UK, but all their manufactured products are produced in a number of production sites in the UK, with the main extrusion being in their purpose-built facilities in Derbyshire.
This ability to both manufacture and recycle all Eurocell products within the country means that they have the smallest carbon footprint possible. The home-grown self-sufficiency they’ve built up also means that they don’t depend on long supply chains and can ensure a continuity of supply to their customers.
Windows, doors and conservatories have a significant impact on a home’s appearance, so Eurocell have developed their systems in a wide variety of colours and styles to ensure that they’re always ahead of the curve when it comes to the latest design trends.
A great example of this is their anthracite grey colour option, which has become a popular choice thanks to its high-end visual impact. They’ve even created frames that extend this colour throughout the whole profile, rather than just on the surface foil, so there’s no sign of a white PVC-U core. This creates a premium all-grey appearance without incurring the cost of an expensive aluminium frame.
If grey isn’t the right shade, Eurocell are able to provide frames in an almost unlimited array of colours and styles. This includes the PVC-U Modus system, which is available in colours to fit any design scheme and which can even be supplied with metallic and woodgrain finishes.
Creating bright and open homes
Perhaps the space where maximising light is the most important is the conservatory.
Available in a wide variety of visual options, from classic Edwardian and Victorian styles to bespoke designs, Eurocell’s conservatory collection has the solution for any project.
For even more versatility, homes with flat roofs can use their Skypod roof lantern range, while homeowners with conservatories that want to make them more thermally comfortable spaces can utilise their Equinox tiled conservatory roof system.
To make it even easier for fabricators to offer the full range of Eurocell products, they’ve launched the Fabricator Network Portal. This online platform allows fabricators to easily identify and trade with other fabricators in their area that have products they may not. T
This means that fabricators don’t have to worry about restricting their offering to a reduced selection of Eurocell solutions, as they’ll be able to access the whole range, enabling them to easily provide their customers with a wider variety of products.
The winter season is likely to be a busy time for fabricators and the whole home improvement industry. By making it easier to collaborate and source the right products at the right time, it will help everyone to work faster and smarter so that we can we start the new year on a strong and successful footing.
As Eurocell are always innovating and coming up with new ideas, products and services at Eurocell, you can rest assured that they’ll be there to make sure you can keep this growth going all throughout 2021.