Published On: Wed, Jun 6th, 2018

The Climatec Group celebrate their 25th birthday, with a brand-new look and new websites

The Climatec Group are celebrating their 25th birthday, with a brand-new look and new websites to suit! What a difference 25 years make! Back in 1993, in a small factory unit of 3,000ft² in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, Climatec Windows fabricated their first Rehau S706 uPVC window. Fast forward 25 years, add an aluminium facility and introduce a home improvements company and what you have is The Climatec Group. Climatec Windows, Alu-tec UK and Climatec Home Improvements now operate from 11 units totalling 50,000ft² and produce an average of 1400 aluminium and uPVC frames a week.

The growth of Alu-tec since its inception in 2012 has prompted the management team to review their business set up, resulting in the re-branding of each company to sit under the umbrella of the Climatec Group. There are new logos for each area of the business as well as a new Climatec Group logo which incorporates all three colours that will now be associated with the individual areas of the business; blue symbolising our uPVC products, the silver our Aluminium products and the purple for our retail business.

To coincide with the introduction of these logos, the Climatec Group have launched new websites for each individual company. The Alu-tec and Climatec Windows websites have been designed predominately with trade customers in mind. They are filled with information to help them decide which product, profile and hardware suits their business needs, and offers easy access to brochures and order forms.

Climatec’s Director Phil Bates comments “By implementing these changes, we want to show our customers that we are a committed, ever-growing company that will be here for many years to come. We will continue to listen to our customers and provide the products they need to boost their own company sales. We pride ourselves in providing a personalised service and will continue to stand by our philosophy to be ‘more than just a window’.”