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Fab&Fix gets a handle on Architectural and Heritage ranges

Fab&Fix, the largest and most technically superior collection of decorative hardware in the UK has just got even bigger with the launch of two new ranges - Heritage and Architectural. Taking the portfolio to over 200 products, with over 10 finishes, the two new lines complement the market-leading Classic and S Series and will enable retailers to offer Fab&Fix hardware for every conceivable door design.

Both the Heritage and Architectural ranges utilise the Hardex finish, which is regarded in the industry as the most advanced coating technology both in terms of aesthetics and resilience.  The Hardex finish alone sets Fab&Fix apart from its nearest rival and, with the addition of these two new ranges, fabricators and retailers can offer the ultimate choice without compromise. 

Will Butler, innovation and marketing director at ERA comments: “When it comes to hardware, range is everything. Long gone are the days when homeowners would settle for mismatched handles and door knockers – a coordinated set is now the baseline. Sure, some of our competitors can offer this, but only if the homeowner is happy with a choice of one handle, one letterplate and one knocker. But one handle doesn’t rock the world - can you imagine homeowners being offered a choice of only ‘one’ in any other sector? 

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With Fab&Fix it’s all about choice - fabricators certainly know how to offer choice when it comes to doors and windows - the range of colors and designs today are almost unlimited. When you complement that choice with a full perfectly matching hardware range from Fab&Fix, that choice expands to a whole new level.” 

 

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