Proving that heritage is trend here to stay, The Genesis Collection was a hit with homeowners at The NEC’s Homebuilding and Renovating Show. “We’re fresh back from The Homebuilding and Renovating Show at the NEC,” says Marcus O’Boyle, Head of Business Development and Marketing at Bison. “Going to the show not only means we collect hot leads from homeowners for the Genesis Network, but we also get great insight and feedback from them direct. “By the time a renovation, refurbishment or self-build actually begins, consumers have already spent lots of time creating a vision for their project. This often means.
Windows and doors in The Genesis Collection are ‘reborn’ thanks to Bison Trade Frames’ extensive investment in R&D. “We have expertly re-engineered existing systems to create the highest level of detailing and performance,” explains Mark Tetley, Director at Bison Trade Frames. “Using years of experience, our team looks at a product, takes it apart and develops it with new componentry and unique manufacturing processes. The end result is a complete range of windows and doors that give homeowners beautiful aesthetics and the best user experience. “Our goal is to improve looks and performance as well as making it easier to.
When Bison Frames, the PVC-U window specialist received a request to provide windows that were destined for a grade II listed cottage, the company realised it could be on dangerous territory. In providing a solution, the Yorkshire based company looked long and hard at the existing vertical sliding sash window profiles supplied by Spectus Window Systems with a view to improving the vertical sliding window so that it would stand up to the scrutiny of the local planning officials. The legislation and processes that have to be adhered to when trying to make alterations, however minor, to a listed property.