uPVC Profiles: Why TruFrame partners with Liniar

At TruFrame, we believe that innovation should be at the heart of every business – especially in the fenestration industry. 

It’s not enough to produce an excellent product and leave it at that. It’s a competitive industry and others are bound to continue to innovate. Constant innovation is key.

The fenestration industry is always growing and changing and, therefore, it is important that your business grows with it. 

TruFrame always aims to be an industry-leader, pushing the boundaries of what is possible which is why we partner with Liniar for our uPVC window profiles. 

Liniar are a leading manufacturer of uPVC profiles in the UK. Designed from scratch, Liniar’s unique uPVC door and window profiles are the most technically advanced of its kind. 

The benefits of Liniar’s uPVC profiles

  1. Environmentally friendly

When it comes to helping the environment, it is important that every business does their part. Linar’s uPVC profiles are made from 100% lead-free materials – minimising their impact on the environment.

What’s more, due to the robustness of the frames, reinforcement is not required, allowing the frames to be 100% recyclable.

  1. Made in Britain 

For any installer, it is important to build trust between you and your customers. In a recent Make it British survey, it was found that when a product is shown to be ‘Made in Britain’, this helps to build trust and gives customers confidence to buy. Therefore, by choosing products that are made here in the UK, this can help to entice customers. 

Based in Denby, Derbyshire, all of Liniar’s uPVC profiles are manufactured at their advanced, purpose-built headquarters here in Britain. 

  1. Choice of finishes 

Customers want choice and with Liniar comes a vast amount of finishes available, whether they are looking for traditional white or something more adventurous, Liniar offers the flexibility that your customers demand. 

  1. 10 Year Guarantee

For ultimate peace of mind, each Liniar uPVC profile comes with a 10 year guarantee, so you can rest assured that you are well-covered should your customers’ windows or doors develop any faults covered within the guarantee. 

  1. Thermal efficiency  

Windows and doors play an integral role in the energy efficiency of a home, so it is crucial that they are built with this in mind. Liniar’s uPVC profiles boast leading thermal efficiency within the fenestration industry. 

Choose Liniar from TruFrame 

As you can see, there are a whole host of benefits for choosing a fabricator, like TruFrame, that utilises the Liniar uPVC profile. From innovative design and unmatched thermal efficiency to the range of colour options available, Liniar makes the decision simple.

You can find out more on our Liniar page, where we breakdown the nitty-gritty details of their profiles.If you’re looking for a supplier of Liniar windows and doors, get in touch with us today and a member of our team will be happy to help.

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