Glazing retailers across the country have raced to join ‘GIN’, the new Genesis Installer Network designed to unite forward thinking installation companies with a product portfolio of premium windows, doors and comprehensive support. Proving an instant success, the network created by Bison Frames has gained huge interest from the trade, with many already signing up to become members. “We’ve had an amazing response from installers so far,” says Marcus O’Boyle, Bison’s Business Development and Marketing Manager. “To date, 26 businesses have signed up to the scheme and they are already reaping the benefits. It gives installer-retailers the tools to demonstrate.
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.
Bison Frames is pleased to report another fantastic Homebuilding & Renovating Show, this time at Harrogate’s Convention Centre, where the company generated viable leads on behalf of its Installer Network. “With any exhibition, you’re there to generate leads and increase sales,” says Mark Tetley, Director of Bison, “but the Homebuilding & Renovating Shows are a bit different for us. They provide an opportunity for us to raise more awareness amongst installers and housebuilders of the expanding Genesis Collection of PVC-U and aluminium windows and doors. They’re also a fantastic place to produce sales leads for our Genesis Installers from homeowners.
Derby based Kensington Windows is a family run fabricator-installer that has always set its standards high, so when choosing supply partners, they only work with the best. The company has been working with Bison Frames for 9 years and has recently added the WarmCore bi-folding door to its portfolio from the high-end fabricator. “When we started buying from Bison Frames, we were just buying Vertical Sliders,” explains Steve McGinty, Operations Director of Kensington Windows. “We had used several different suppliers and experienced problems from all of them – we had quality issues, bits missing, and products just not being manufactured.
Bison Frames has been nominated through to the finals in the National Fenestration Awards in the Manufacturer/Fabricator category. “It’s great to have been nominated through to the finals of the National Fenestration Awards because the shortlists were created as a result of industry votes,” says Mark Tetley, Director at Bison. “We always get good feedback from our customers because we genuinely do things differently at Bison, but for them to take it upon themselves to nominate you for an award is another matter altogether. “We’re hoping customers and industry friends will continue to support us by continuing to vote for.
On the back of a successful Homebuilding and Renovating show at the NEC in Birmingham earlier this year, the Yorkshire-based window and door manufacturer, Bison Frames has announced it will also be exhibiting at the Harrogate show from 2nd to 4th November. The high-end manufacturer will be demonstrating their full range of products from both the PVC-U and aluminium sides of the business and showing visitors to stand B466 first-hand the attention to detail they can expect from Bison. By supporting the national show, Bison Frames can assist its growing Genesis Installer Network with direct leads from the public for.
Bison Frames is well known for its high-end manufacturing methods on PVC-U windows with a long-established reputation for vertical sliders, but the company is pleased to announce that it is also growing its aluminium division with the addition of WarmCore patio doors to its existing range of WarmCore windows and bi-folding doors. Mark Tetley, Director of Bison explains: “We’re extending our WarmCore range of products because there is an increasing demand for high-end windows and doors. As with the rest of our Genesis Collection range of products, we offer a high-end approach to the manufacture of the industry’s most popular.
Leading window and door manufacturer Bison Frames has doubled the size of its production facility, to keep pace with demand for its popular Genesis Collection PVC-U and aluminium windows and doors. Well-known throughout the industry for Genesis VS vertical sliders, more recently the Barnsley-based fabricator has used its knowledge and experience of specialist window fabrication to extend its range into the Genesis Collection. The collection of high-end windows and doors includes PVC-U vertical sliders, flush casements, patio doors and bi-folds, and WarmCore aluminium windows and doors. As a result, demand has grown to a point at which bigger premises were required. Bison co-Director Mark Tetley explains: “As the market moved towards higher-end, premium products, we found ourselves in.
Barnsley-based fabricator Bison Frames have broadened their appeal and reach to the homebuilding and renovating market by exhibiting at the National Homebuilding and Renovating Show at the NEC in Birmingham. Following a successful exploration of the market at a regional version of the show in Harrogate last year, Bison’s directors Martyn Haworth and Mark Tetley took the decision to invest in the national show, supporting their growing Genesis Installer Network with direct leads from the public. The high-end manufacturer demonstrated their full range of products to an audience of more than 40,000 at the four-day event. In particular their PVCu Genesis Collection – which includes sash windows, flush casements,.