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Oldham-based Gemini UPVC is a well-respected VEKA fabricator that has been supplying windows doors and conservatories to the trade since 1985. They deliver to trade installers from the Midlands up to Cumbria, as well as supplying local window and door installers and builders from their trade counter in Oldham. They can supply fully glazed products, complete with IGUs, or window and door frames only, depending on the installers requirements.
Gemini UPVC manufactures a wide range of windows and doors including Veka Fully Sculptured Matrix 70 windows, casement windows, tilt and turn windows, tilt and slide Halo/Veka flush sash windows, Imagine inline patio doors, slide and swing doors and Solidor composite doors.
Gemini UPVC offer a range of windows and doors that have been tested and certified to PAS 24 and BS 7412, to meet Secured by Design requirements for security in addition to the minimum requirements of Approved Document Q of the Building Regulations. They also offer a range of Window Energy Ratings from C to A+.
Current certification schemes – Door and window manufacture:
|Products covered||Scope Ref:||Gen. performance||Enhanced security
|Eurocell Eurologik French Door||GPW-ESW-0273||✓||✓|
|Eurocell Eurologik Window||GPW-ESW-0274||✓||✓|
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