Apeer at Selfbuild and Improve Your Home Exhibition
Apeer, the company behind the frameless Lumi window and door system, has announced that it will be exhibiting a range of its award winning products at the Selfbuild and Improve your Home exhibition at the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast from 12–14 February.
The Ballymena based company wowed the crowds at London Grand Designs Live when it revealed Lumi for the first time in May last year, and is aiming to become the centre of attention again with a 40m2 stand at the biggest home improvement show in Ireland, an event that attracts over 40,000 visitors each year.
Apeer’s marketing manager, Linda Tomb, said: “Lumi was launched as a complete system of windows, doors and bi–folds and we will have a selection of all these on display at the Selfbuild and Improve your Home exhibition. This will be the fifth year we’ve been exhibiting at the show, and we’ve always had a fantastic response from consumers. It will also mark the first official viewing of Lumi in Ireland and as such it will be a great opportunity to present the range to our trade customers to come and see just how amazing it is.
“Selfbuild and Improve your Home has always proved to be very successful for us, and we’re anticipating a great deal of interest. We’ve already set–up a network of approved Lumi dealers in Northern Ireland and Ireland and we’d urge potential customers to come and see us on stand C49 and take a closer look at what we believe is one of the most exciting systems on the market today.”
Lumi windows and doors feature unique ‘edge to edge’ glazing, combined with market leading strength, security and aesthetics. The design is focused around energy efficient triple glazing that is structurally bonded to a core of high strength, glass–fibre reinforced profiles.
Apeer will be exhibiting at Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast from 12–14 February on stand C49.
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