The Joinery Network, a newly formed co-operative of industry experts backing timber window and door manufacturers, is bringing together the eight founding companies with a launch lunch at the FIT Show 2019.
It is inviting timber window and door companies to the event, hosted by Balls2 Marketing, the co-operative’s marketing specialist, to find out more on how to manufacture superior, genuine PAS 24 compliant timber products.
“We’re excited to meet with companies at FIT Show who include timber in their product portfolio, as well as the wider industry, to talk to them about how they can manufacture superior timber windows and benefit from expert advice and practical support from eight leading industry suppliers,” says Andy Ball, managing director of Balls2 Marketing.
“The Joinery Network was set up to meet joinery manufacturers’ demand for genuine Document Q PAS 24 & BS6375 timber windows and doors and the partners have invested in testing.
“So far, through Owen Dare of OT Dare Consultants, we have tested for BS 6375: 1 for weathertightness and thermal performance, PAS 24 and Approved Document Q for security, and Part M. Our aim is to allow joiners to achieve genuine certification without any risk.”
Joining Balls2 Marketing as founding partners of The Joinery Network are OT Dare Consultants, BJ Waller, Leitz Tooling UK, DJH Group Ltd, Critica LTD, Fiscale and Close Brothers.
The Joinery Network launch lunch will be on stand D30 on Wednesday 22 May at 1pm and visitors to the show will find The Joinery Network on the Timber Trail.