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The Keylite Polar Window range was ‘Highly Commended’ in the ‘Product of the Year’ category at the Housebuilder Awards

 

Supported by HBF and NHBC, the Housebuilder Awards recognise products and systems that demonstrate innovation and excellence in the UK housing industry.

Combining innovative design with the latest in material technology and precision manufacturing, the Keylite Polar range continues to be recognised as an innovative and high-quality product. The White PVC Polar window provides an opportunity to maximise the use of natural light in rooms and compliment the interior décor of a contemporary home.

The Polar range still incorporates the key features of every Keylite Roof Window, including a built-in thermal collar that provided a barrier to heat loss and filling the gap between the frame and the roof. In addition, each Polar window has warm edge glazing technology and gas-filled glazing units to provide overall energy efficiency.

The Polar window is maintenance free, finished with only premium grade PVC materials. Including the Keylite patented flick-fit brackets, the Polar window is easy to install, saving the installer time and energy. Furthermore, the PVC’s natural resistance to moisture ensures that the Polar range is suitable to perform in a damp environment, making them suitable for any room to include bathrooms or kitchens.

John Duffin, Keylite Managing Director, commented; ‘We are incredibly proud to be awarded Highly Commended in the Product of the Year category. To be recognised at this prestigious event is a testament to Keylite’s commitment to constantly innovate as we continue to grow our brand in the UK and beyond”.

Keylite progressed to be a finalist in the ‘Product of the Year’ category after winning the ‘Best Brand New Product’ for Polar at the Housebuilder Product Awards in the summer. The judging panel included members of organisations to include the CPA, BBA, Robust Details, as well as leading housebuilders.

The presentation ceremony was hosted by comedian and ‘Pub Landlord’, Al Murray, at the Intercontinental Hotel London – The O2.

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