Open weekend on the 11th and 12th June helps raise £126 Ysbyty Glan Clwyd colerectal fund.
Artisan Showroom Re-launch Weekend Great Success
We would like to thank all who attended our Denbigh showroom re-launch weekend which has led to Artisan donating £126 to Ward 5 Colerectal Fund at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.Everyone seemed impressed with all our existing & new product range including The Tricept Windows, The Evolution Storm Windows & Doors, EngineeredTimber Windows & Doors, The Weru high performance windows giving a .68 u value, The Bygone Sliding Sash Windows, TheAluminium Bi Fold Doors as well as our bespoke range ofConservatories.
The Aluminium Bi Fold door system attracted the most attention from the general public as well as from architects with many saying that it was by far the best system that they had seen. The ease at which the doors slide has to be experienced and with the safety joints between every Bi Fold door panel have a special safety feature which stops fingers, particularly children’s little fingers, getting trapped.
Over many years of trading, Artisan has built up an enviable reputation across North Wales andCheshire for quality windows, doors and conservatories, with a service that is second to none.
As it enters its 18th year of trading the Denbighshire-based company is stepping up its game once again. To mark its 'coming of age' Artisan has completely refurbished its Denbigh showroom.
Walk through the doors of Colomendy House on Vale Street and you will find a wealth of new products, available only through Artisan in North Wales.
The range includes white wood-effect Stormproof windows, Grand Designs-style folding doors and the latest 'A' grade Tricept windows that are 67% more efficient than conventional PVCu double glazed windows.
The company is so pleased with the new products on offer, it is holding an open weekend on the 11th and 12th June. With plenty of staff on hand, and refreshments served, it will offer customers old and new an opportunity to see the latest product and find out more details.
Garry Morgan of Artisan explained: “We've hand-picked the products to combine the timeless quality our customer's love, with the cutting edge technology and attention to design that we are known for.
“From traditional Georgian and Tudor windows, to low maintenance PVC-u doors that look so like timber you can't tell the difference and sleek ultra-modern folding doors, we hope the new ranges have something for everyone.”
While the ranges may be new, Ian Gibson explained that there will be a few things that won't change.
“Everything we do at Artisan is focussed on customer needs,” he said. “All our work is bespoke. We measure, design and fit windows, doors and conservatories that are tailored to the specific needs of the customer.
“When it comes to installation, our staff are trained craftsmen, who carry out their work with minimum fuss and maximum attention to detail. We are proud of the way we do business, and that won't be changing.”