This Autumn the security expert ERA celebrates thirty years of heritage for its Fab&Fix range of decorative hardware. With three decades of real world testing and featuring truly matching products, the range incorporates four distinct lines: Classic, Heritage, Architectural and S-Series, thereby ensuring a co-ordinated finished look for any application, be it traditional or contemporary, domestic or commercial.
With over 200 window and door products in the range, and up to ten different finishes, Fab&Fix is perfectly suited down to the last screw and offers unparalleled flexibility. This lack of restriction in suited style colour and breadth of range is unique in the market.
The uniqueness doesn’t stop there: the industry-renowned ‘Hardex’ surface finish technology is only available on the Fab&Fix range. This resilient coating has surpassed 1,000 hours of prohesion testing, making it one of the most durable finishes available. The range offers a ten-year complete peace of mind guarantee, which covers function, the finish and also forms part of ERA’s ‘Total Security Guarantee’. This is the most comprehensive warranty on the market. If a property is protected by ERA’s high security locks and hardware, the company guarantees to replace the homeowner’s damaged window or door and pay out a cheque for £5,000 in the unlikely event that their security is compromised. This payout is further enhanced if the homeowner has an ERA intruder alarm fitted.
Commenting on the 30th birthday of the Fab&Fix range, Jemma Booker, ERA’s Marketing Manager said:
“We’re proud of the considerable heritage of the brand. A recent survey undertaken with our customers revealed that Fab&Fix’s quality is very highly regarded, with functionality, availability and a broad range of options also admired. With over 200 products and ten finishes available, it’s no wonder customers rank us so highly for choice.
“Interestingly, the survey has also revealed that whilst Hardex Chrome is still the most popular finish, Graphite and Bronze are growing in popularity for more contemporary doors and windows.
Here’s to another thirty years of Fab&Fix. We can’t wait to see where the next three decades take the brand.”