Liniar is delighted to announce the launch of its brand new, full colour, 94-page Specification Guide – to fantastic feedback from customers, architects and specifiers alike.
The long-awaited book contains all of the information that anyone could possibly need to know about specifying the innovative company’s windows and doors, making it the perfect ‘bible’ for the Liniar range.
“It’s been a lot of hard work to put together,” says Chris Armes, Liniar’s Design and Development Manager, “But it was all well worth it once everyone saw the final product.
“When we started to compile all of the information, along with the images to illustrate each section, we knew it would be a painstaking process. We believe that using full isometric renders of our profile, created with 3D software, lifts the images right off the page and gives architects a much better representation of how our products would fit into their projects.
“It’s been a real team effort to complete the project, but it wouldn’t have been possible without all of the hard work of one of our designers in particular – Nikki really has put her heart and soul into it and made the finished product look amazing.
“It really has been her baby for the last few months – and customer feedback so far has been outstanding, so it was well worth the effort!”
Packed from cover to cover, the Specification Guide contains full details of Liniar lead-free PVCu products, including in-depth technical data and measurements on every different window and door in the range, ancillaries, case studies and follow up information.
Architect Gary Parker from Parker Design Associates, was impressed with the content, commenting:
“At last, a guide that is both interesting and extremely informative, an essential reference that all architects and designers should find invaluable!”
To accompany its Specification Guide, Liniar has also launched an online resource centre for specifiers and developers, containing a wide range of information and resources to assist with specifying Liniar profile. Please visit www.liniar.co.uk/specifiers to check it out.