Roseview double finalist at G16 Awards

G16 award finalist badge

This year has already been one of Roseview’s most successful, with the launch of their new Ultimate Rose window and debut appearance at the FIT Show just two of the highlights. Now there’s even more to celebrate as Roseview have been nominated in two categories at the prestigious G16 awards. The respected firm, which has built an impressive reputation as …

Roseview says farewell to retiring Finance Director

Mike Neal retires from Roseview

Mike Neal (left), Steve Bygrave (centre) and Willie Kerr (right) Respected sash window fabricator Roseview is marking the retirement of a long-serving member of senior staff, finance director Mike Neal, who is leaving after eight years at the company. Roseview’s chairman Steve Bygrave described how Mike came to work at the business, and the role he’s played in the fabricator’s …

New Rose Collection comparison page

The Rose Collection uPVC sash windows

We’re regularly asked exactly what the differences are between the three models in the Rose Collection. End users in particular often want to know what details differ between different models and why, for instance, Ultimate Rose is more expensive than Charisma Rose. So, to help highlight the differences and run through some of the options that are available to each …

New Ultimate Rose launched

Ultimate Rose

It was already respected industry-wide as the most authentic uPVC vertical-sliding flush sash window ever conceived – but now sash window experts Roseview Windows have taken their acclaimed Ultimate Rose one step further, launching an upgraded model that’s even more faithful to the classic timber originals that inspired its design. Released in 2013 as part of Roseview’s much-celebrated Rose Collection, …

Lifetime Homes accreditation

Lifetime Homes sash windows

Respected sash window fabricator, Roseview Windows, has added Lifetime Homes to the long list of industry standards its market leading Rose Collection uPVC vertical sliders can meet. First introduced in 1991, the Lifetime Homes initiative aims to ensure new-build housing is suitable for people throughout their lifetimes, from youth to old age. To be Lifetime Homes-compliant, a window has to …