Dempsey Dyer collects over 100 quality FIT Show leads
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Leading timber, timber look and uPVC innovator Dempsey Dyer is reflecting on an incredibly successful FIT Show, in which they collected over 100 thoroughly vetted leads.
Dempsey Dyer experienced strong interest for its newly launched Beaumont ‘timber-look’ composite door, which had a cream coloured frame and sash.
The door on display was equipped with a new ‘keyless’ lock from Maco, which enables people to open the door with just their car keys. This stood next to its accompanying Beaumont window, which is manufactured using the Deceuninck 2800 series but with mechanical joints across the frame and sash – giving an incredibly authentic timber look.
It was the first time the Beaumont Window had ever been on show with an OmniRal finish. It was displayed with a ‘Farrow & Ball’ colour theme – which enhanced the quintessential timber aesthetic.
On the opposite side of Dempsey Dyer’s stand was their timber range, which included a door manufactured in Euro Oak with a ‘cypress stain.’ A door was also displayed on world leading hardware supplier Maco’s stand, and included Maco’s new ZTA locking system.
Peter Dyer, of Dempsey Dyer comments: “The amount of interest we generated at the show was incredible. We collected over 100 qualified enquiries, many of which are starting to come to fruition. We only scanned those who were genuinely interested in buying so we have found the quality of leads to be very good.”
The FIT Show also marked the launch of OmniRal, the fully coloured uPVC frame from Dempsey Dyer’s profile supplier Deceuninck.
With OmniRal the frame is the same colour all the way round and when it is applied, the molecular structure of the uPVC frame changes and bonds with the colour, ensuring it doesn’t scratch off.
Dempsey Dyer is offering Omniral coloured windows and doors in the Zendow#neo 2500, 2800 and 3000 systems.
“We have been working together with Deceuninck since 1984 and it was great to come together at the FIT Show and demonstrate all the positives of this working relationship. We were also delighted to be exhibiting alongside fellow fabricators MB Frames, who are part of the Deceuninck family,” Peter concludes.