News: BBC Radio Wiltshire feature Dale Windows in special live outside broadcast
BBC Radio Wiltshire visited the National Self Build & Renovation Centre (NSBRC) in Swindon on Thursday 14th August in a special outside broadcast, where Graham Seaman presented his lunch time radio show live from the centre.
Graham conducted a tour of the vast facility, a veritable treat for self-builders and renovators a like and looked at all the aspects to be considered in a self-build home project or in undertaking home improvements, interviewing various individuals on his way round.
Richard Chapman, Sales Director for Dale was invited on to the show to educate listeners and talk through the features and benefits of windows and doors, specifically high performance, energy efficient timber windows and doors as offered by Dale. The radio presenter and Richard conducted the interview from the comfort of the Dale showroom, where our display products were used as examples.
Richard was asked about the latest innovations in window design, energy efficiency and the important part that windows and doors play in the construction of a property, forming such a significant part of the fabric of a building. In addition Graham and Richard discussed the ability that buyers have to really tailor their windows to suit their tastes and homes, with vast colour choices as well as dual colour options.
The 3 minute extract from the show can be heard by clicking on the file below.
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