WEB specialist The Consultancy is helping to further the debate around triple glazing after teaming up with leading component supplier Edgetech UK.
The Consultancy has helped to develop an online forum called ‘The Triple Glazing Question’ to encourage discussion and address issues around triple glazing from within the windows and doors industry.
The site has been launched ahead of Edgetech UK’s Triple Glazing Question conference which takes place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on April 10.
Richie Thornton, Director at The Consultancy, said: “The triple glazing question is a hot issue within the industry and it’s not something that is not going away. Edgetech UK want to further the debate and asked us to design and develop a website which will help individuals and companies get involved with the triple glazing question.”
“We are delighted to be working with Edgetech again having redesigned their website in 2012. We have had a strong working relationship with the company over many years and it’s exciting to be part of something that could change the face of the industry for many years to come.”
The Consultancy, which has more than 10 years’ experience developing websites and design software for window and doors manufacturers, launched www.tripleglazingq.co.uk on behalf of Edgetech UK at the start of the year.
The website highlights the latest news and developments around triple glazing, provides information about April’s event and includes an online forum for discussion and debate.
Charlotte Davies, Marketing Coordinator with Edgetech UK, said: “The whole idea behind The Triple Glazing Question is to give people within the industry a chance to have their say in an open forum and further the debate. The more we talk about triple glazing, the more questions are asked about the implications for the industry.
“It has been great to be working with The Consultancy again– they are a website specialist that understands the windows and doors industry inside out and I’m delighted to have them as a key partner on this project.”
For more information, visit www.theconsultancy.co.uk or call (01429) 239689.