Welcome to the new Roseview website

It’s been a while in the making, but we’re delighted to release the new Roseview Windows website.

Our old website was getting a little long in the tooth. We could have updated and refreshed it, but figured now was the right time to start again, from scratch. You’re reading the result.

From the outset, we wanted the new site to be about two things: our products and our customers. That’s why the first two items on the menu are Products and Sectors.

The Products section speaks for itself; it’s all about our Rose Collection uPVC sash windows. We’ve kept it clear and simple while covering (we hope!) everything you need to know. You’ll find links to handy downloads, information showing the differences between models, lists of options and lots more.

The Sectors page contains information geared to different types of customer or audience. There’s information dedicated to trade customers, architects, homeowners – even conservation officers are covered. We’ve tried to answer the questions different types of customer may have – let us know how we’ve got on!

The rest of the site contains all the things you’d expect: information about Roseview, a comprehensive technical and downloads library, contact details etc. And check out our sash window gallery – it’s got some great photos of Rose Collection windows out there in the wild, sent to us by our customers. We’ll be adding to it all the time (so, please – send us your photos!).

Finally, there’s this news and blog section. We’ll use it to publish news and updates about us and our products. We’ll also try to blog regularly, commenting on the industry, things that take our interest, what we’re up to, what our customers are up to – anything and everything really. We’re also hoping to line up a few guest posts from people within the industry, to give a different perspective on things. If there’s anything you’d like to see covered, just drop us a line and let us know.

So we hope you enjoy our new website. We’d love to hear your feedback on how you get on with it – feel free to leave comments on this blog or send us a message.