Trade fabricator, Fentrade Aluminium recently manufactured and supplied a commercial shopfront system for a colourful refurbishment project for a specialist tool hire company based in Bristol, Avon.
Working with installer Crystal Clear of Bristol, one of Fentrade’s established trade customers, the specialist tool hire company were particular on the choice of colour. As such the shop front was manufactured in RAL2004 Pure Orange in a matt finish to complement the company’s corporate branding. Furthermore, the commercial shopfront and entrance door were specified to meet the needs of the retailer, and the option of an integrated corner post to form the right-hand return made the frames easier for the installers to fit.
The new shopfront and entrance door were manufactured from Kestrel Aluminium Systems’ profiles. The system is perfect for applications in high traffic buildings and offers a modern design with minimal clean lines and is easy to install too.
Chris Reeks, Director of Fentrade, said: “Replacing the shopfront in such a striking orange finish transformed the premises and is extremely eye-catching. This project was a great opportunity to once again demonstrate our ability to manufacture commercial shopfronts, and we were delighted with the results.”
Award-winning Fentrade Aluminium manufactures a comprehensive range of single and double commercial entrance doors and full shopfront systems in a choice of Kestrel or ALUK profiles. To personalise any project, the company offers a wide variety of hardware options including pad handles, pull bars and curve ‘D’ handles in a choice of contrasting colours in either painted, satin anodised or chrome finishes. Secure locking options include hook locks, latch locks and electric strike latches to suit a wide range of commercial applications.
As demonstrated on this project, Fentrade’s commercial products are available in wide range of RAL finishes offering a reliable turnaround and delivered on time and in full.
Based in Newport, South Wales, Fentrade works with customers throughout Wales and the West and along the M4, M5 and M6 corridors.