Suppliers of: Conservatory Roofing System, Preformed PVC Flashing System, Cladding, Rainwater Systems, Window Board, Dry Verge System, Cellular PVC Cladding, Foil Laminating Service, PVCu Cladding, Window Formers, Laminating Foils, Canopy Glazing System, Composite Doo
The Epwin Group: The complete range of low maintenance building products
Low Maintenance Building Products including Windows, Doors, Roofline, Drainage, Rainwater Goods, Cladding, Curtain Walling, Cavity Closers, Trims, Cills, Conservatories and Patio Doors.
Epwin Group offers the complete package of low maintenance building products. We can supply virtually any external plastic building product for domestic properties from our range of roofline, cladding, windows, doors, conservatory roofs, guttering, cavity closers and curtain walling. We have an extensive fulfilment expertise across the retail, commercial, social housing, new build and stockists sectors.
Our Main Brands are:
Profile 22: The window and door system designed by the experts - See our entry on BPi
Swish Building Products: PVC-u Building Products - See our entry on BPi
Swish Window and Door Systems: PVC-U windows, doors and conservatories including composite doors, sliding / Bi-folding doors - see our entry on BPi
Celuform: one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of PVCU and PVC-UE building products -See our entry on BPi
Spectus: A market leading manufacturer of PVC-U window and door systems - See our entry on BPi
Ecodek: Composite decking manufacturer - See our entry on BPi
Kestrel Building Products: One of the world’s largest manufacturer of Roofline and Cladding, U-PVC, PVC-UE and PVC-U building products.
Permadoor: Composite door manufacturer
CET Glass: Specialises in the processing of Low E glasses for both domestic and commercial applications.
Sierra: The original Super Fabricator & Trade suppliers of PVC-U Products.
Wrekin Windows: Your first choice partner for social housing projects.
Plaslyne: The complete range of plastic building products.
Foilex: The foiling specialist.
The Window Store: Stockist of PVC-u Products for local installers.
Quay Plastics: PVC building trims and related products.
Windowbuild: PVC-U window and doors for volume house builders.
Plastal: The commercial window and door specialist.
DB Glass: High quality double glazed sealed units
Amazon Civils: One of the UK’s leading independent manufacturers and suppliers of plastic drainage systems. Please visit our Group website to access the links to these brands
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Epwin Group Company Brochure
Windows Doors conservatories UPVC PVCu cladding. PVCu Roofline products, PVCu Gutters and Rainwater Pipes, PVCu Soil and Drainage Pipes.
Published [01/10/18]File size [3436 KB]
Epwin Group Portfolio brochure 2016
Windows Doors conservatories UPVC PVCu cladding
Published [22/09/16]File size [745 KB]
Epwin Social Housing Brochure
windows • doors • fascias • cladding • rainwater • drainage
Published [09/05/16]File size [3090 KB]
Epwin Sustainability Brochure
PVC-U window, patio doors, entrance doors
Published [22/12/10]File size [3938 KB]
Vinyl Plus Certificate of Approval
PVC Window Profiles
Published [16/04/18]File size [51 KB]
What's driving change in Social Housing
Epwin launches social housing research
Epwin Group is proud to announce the launch of its latest research project ‘Building for the Future – Social Housing’.
Combining the results of a survey of social housing professionals with in-depth interviews and desktop research, the project examines the factors that are driving change in social housing design and build. And whether these factors are different now than they were 10 years ago.
This research follows Epwin’s original ‘Building for the Future’ project, published in early 2018, which asked architects what they thought would affect housing design and build over the coming decade.
Andrew Reid, Commercial Sales Director of Epwin Window Systems, said: “At Epwin Group we have placed innovation at the heart of everything we do, constantly developing new solutions and technologies to meet the demands of an ever evolving built environment.
“To do this we must always be listening, learning and better understanding the challenges facing our customers.
“Epwin has a proud history of working in social housing, and over 40 years and thousands of installations has learnt that social landlords have their own unique demands.
“So we decided to ask social housing professionals what’s driving change in the design and build of social homes and examine the factors specific to that sector. The research findings make for interesting reading.”
The survey asked social Housing professionals to score 20 factors for their impact on social housing design and build. The research examines the top 10 factors that social housing professionals believe will have the most significant impact over the coming decade versus the last.
Andrew Reid said: “When looking back at the last decade, many respondents believe that there has been a ‘race to the bottom’ in terms of build quality, space and place making, with some blaming these problems on a lack of government standards. However, there is optimism for the future and that these issues are now starting to be addressed.
“The Grenfell tragedy has pushed social housing to the forefront of the political agenda with promises now being made by the government to fund the development of social housing and to improve safety standards. Because of this many believe that new build quality will greatly improve over the coming decade.
“That’s not to say that no concerns exist for the future of social housing. Factors such as a lack of land for development, lower budgets, the impact of Welfare Reform and increasing urban populations, remain significant concerns for social housing providers and their ability to deliver the number of homes needed to meet ever increasing demand.”
To download the full research document please visit: http://buildingforthefuturesocialhousing.epwin.co.uk/, you can also receive updates by following @EpwinGroup on Twitter.
Make hardware ordering easy with Epwin Window Systems
In a time-pressed industry, finding ways to save time and make life easier for customers is more important than ever. It’s something Epwin Window Systems has always understood and thanks to its in-house Safeware hardware range, fabricators can order both their profiles and hardware in one single process.
Gerald Allen, Marketing Manager at Epwin Window Systems, commented: “Whether fabricators work with Profile 22, Spectus or Swish, they can order their hardware at the same time as their profile order. It means ordering hardware becomes much quicker and easier and keeps paperwork to a minimum. It’s something we know our customers appreciate.”
Safeware offers all the benefits you would expect from an Epwin Window Systems brand. The unrivalled range includes branded locks, hinges, handles, stays, cylinders, vents and furniture for all Epwin Window Systems’ product types. Every item in the range has been chosen for its exceptional reliability, quality, aesthetics and value. When correctly specified, they also comply with Document Q, hold the Secured by Design accreditation and all relevant BSI Kitemarks for complete peace of mind. The Safeware brand maintains high stock levels at its Telford warehouse so there’s no need to worry about product availability or delays to schedules.
There’s also the benefit of having the flexibility to choose exactly the level of security and aesthetics required without having to worry about profile compatibility, something that delivers another tick in the box of simplicity.
In Profile 22, Spectus and Swish Epwin Window Systems has three systems brands that deliver outstanding quality and choice. And in Safeware it has a hardware brand that adds quality and makes life easier for its customers. It’s yet another reason to choose Epwin Window Systems.