The British Fenestration Rating Council has partnered with Sheffield-based print supplier Digital 2000 to give discounts to BFRC members on energy performance labels produced under the Window Energy Ratings Scheme (WERS).

Members can order labels through the Members Section of the BFRC website by clicking on the Digital 2000 logo, which will reveal a range of products available.

Digital 2000 are fully committed to delivering the highest level of service and competitive pricing to BFRC members, using their extensive market visibility and supply chain management expertise to accurately match against members requirements. 

Lis Clarke, operations director of UKAS Regulated Businesses said: “At a time when it has never been more important for a company to show evidence their windows and doors can save homeowners money, it is fantastic news for our members to be able to take advantage of our new partnership with Digital 2000. I expect to see a large number of our members take up this offer and provide their customers with proof of performance.”

Simon Lindsell, director, Digital 2000added: “Our aim is to remove the pain of managing and ordering consumables so customers can concentrate on what’s important to them.”

The partnership with Digital 2000 is the latest in a number of exclusive benefits brought to BFRC customers, including BFRC Recycling, a free PVC-U collection service for all de-glazed frames and off-cuts; and the recently launched GGF Group Market Knowledge Report which is available to all BFRC customers free of charge.

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