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Window firm lets partners set the lead time for delivery

Origin Windows claims world first for delivery of its bespoke aluminium systems

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Leading British manufacturer Origin has introduced its revolutionary ‘Your Lead Time, Not Ours’ promise for its windows. In what the company says is a world first, this means that bespoke aluminium systems can be fabricated and delivered without a traditional lead time. Delivery dates are requested at the point of ordering, and from there, Origin will adapt its manufacturing schedule and deliver when required, even if that means the next day.

Not only that, but Origin says its windows are the only ones in the industry to offer an internal and external flush casement, ensuring a smart and elegant appearance. With their incredibly slim sightlines – as close as 50mm from the glass – the windows allow more light in and their clean and simple design lends itself to all architectural styles.

Attention to design is matched by high levels of security and dedication to energy efficiency. Every window is installed with Yale’s highly renowned Encloser Lock, which features bi-directional locking technology. Origin says its windows are also the first of their kind to offer the space age technology, Aerogel, as an optional upgrade for added insulation, helping the units to boast an A++ energy rating and achieve a certified U-value of 0.9.  

Being manufactured in the UK allows each bespoke Origin Window to be quality checked at every stage. The 20-year guarantee is testament to the confidence the manufacturer has in its high quality products. 

For more information and technical advice, visit https://origin-global.com/aluminium-windows.

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