Bison Frames has just completed the installation of 19 windows and a set of French doors in a period cottage in Somerset. The project was a particularly interesting one for the company because of the way it came about. The owners of the cottage in Isle Brewers in Somerset needed to replace their home’s ageing Crittall windows. The couple wanted the replacement windows to have truly authentic aesthetics but also to have all the benefits of low maintenance and thermal efficiency. The couple started to research the market and came across Bison Frames’ trade website, www.bisonframes.co.uk.Mark Tetley at Bison Frames takes.
Archive | August, 2015
RAISES MONEY FOR MADI FUNDRAISING AT BAKEWELL CARNIVAL Leading trade fabricator Bison Frames team took Bakewell Carnival by storm recently with a show stopping appearance as comedy legends Only Fools and Horses’ Del Boy, Rodney & Uncle Albert. Dressed as Batman and Robin and complete with a bright yellow Robin Regal Supervan, they were the spitting image of the iconic scene from the sitcom. Martyn Haworth (Uncle Albert) from Bison Frames said, “We had a blast! And won a trophy to boot. It was great to see so many people there and our collection team received around £500 in donations,.
Leading trade fabricator Bison Frames has just announced that Ian Hedley has joined the company as Production Manager.Mark Tetley, Bison’s Director, said, “We are delighted to welcome Ian to the team. He has a wealth of experience and is just the sort of skilled, innovative and enthusiastic person that’s the perfect fit for us.” In a further personnel update Bison has announced that Gavin Turner has been promoted to Works Manager. Mark said, “We believe in rewarding excellence. Gavin is a key member of our team and his expertise and knowledge of our processes will be invaluable going forward.”The appointment and.