Allan Brothers raises the profile of timber windows and doors at major UK homebuilders’ show
Timber window and door manufacturer Allan Brothers has launched its latest campaign to promote wooden products at the National Home Building & Renovating Show.
The Birmingham NEC show was the first of three national exhibitions Allan Brothers will attend this year as the timber specialist continues its major push towards the consumer market.
Allan Brothers’ Sales Director Mark Wiltshire, who attended last month’s show, said: “We’re thrilled with the success of our bespoke new stand. It’s sleek yet simple and really shows off the timber windows and doors we offer.”
The contemporary stand displays a range of functioning products, including traditional sliding sash windows and French doors, as well as the more modern-styled casement windows and slide and lift patio doors.
The Allan Brothers’ stand not only presents the various style and finish options available, but also highlights the environmental benefits of installing its timber products.
This is the second year in a row the Berwick-based company has exhibited at the annual 4-day show, which this year welcomed around 27 thousand visitors.
“Our team spent around 32 hours manning the stand at the event,” Mr Wiltshire added. “It was a great success for us: we distributed almost a thousand brochures, recorded details of a significant number of quotes to follow up on, but best of all we took orders direct from the show.”
Allan Brothers will exhibit at September’s National Home Improvement show in London, as well as at the Northern Homebuilding & Renovating Show in Harrogate in November.
Allan Brothers strives to be at the forefront of the timber window and door industry, developing high-performance products that offer style, security and performance without making a negative impact on the environment.
In 2007 we became part of the Inwido Group, Northern Europe's largest producer of innovative, environmentally friendly, wood-based window and door solutions.
The combination of 200 years of British craftsmanship with Scandinavian performance and design has created a range of timber products that will add value to your home for years to come.