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BURBIDGE BRING BALUSTRADES TO INTERBUILD

Following a successful return to Interbuild last year, wooden products people Richard Burbidge will be highlighting their ranges of indoor and outdoor balustrades.

BURBIDGE BRING BALUSTRADES TO INTERBUILD

A range of balustrade systems will be on display, including the innovative FUSION Commercial collection for staircases and outdoor applications.

Based on a union of timber and metal, FUSION Commercial stair balustrade has been specifically developed for use on shared access staircases in apartment buildings, offices and hotels.

Taking the same distinctive design concept outside, FUSION Commercial outdoor balustrade is available with a choice of timber balusters, slatted timber panels or contemporary glass panels, making it a stylish choice for balconies, raised domestic decks or public outdoor areas.

Both FUSION Commercial systems have been independently tested and approved for use in light commercial applications.

Also on show will be the Round Handrail outdoor balustrade system, the FUSION outdoor range for ground level domestic decks and the new Heritage Collection of bespoke white oak stair balustrade, designed to help developers add value to prestigious residential projects.

Specification market manager David Richards said: “Our return to Interbuild in 2007 paid dividends and we were keen to build on our success this year, by coming back with more products and services to support our specification customers. Our CPD seminars add value to our innovative product range and provide specifiers with a comprehensive and professional guide to how, why and what balustrade should be specified for residential and commercial applications.”

Richard Burbidge offers a host of support services for specifiers, including a dedicated sales and marketing team, technical advice and STAIRPLANNER”; an innovative new online planning service.

Visitors to Stand C25/D20 in Hall 05 will also be able to register for further details of the company’s new CPD programme, which examines the balustrade specification process in detail.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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