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Author: Mila News Created: Thursday, July 16, 2009
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It’s a double success for Mila who are nominated in two categories at this year’s G-15 Awards.

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Mila is a long-time supporter of Secured by Design.  We are not only members ourselves, with a huge raft of products accredited to hold the coveted SBD logo, but we do all we can to encourage our customers to get their completed doors and windows accredited also.

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With the hardware market now facing the imminent introduction of Document Q, we’re getting more and more customers asking us for Secured By Design products so that they can conform to the new rules governing hardware in new build projects.

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Mila is launching a new version of its popular ProLinea espag handle with a gently sweeping handle inspired by the contours of the latest contemporary window profiles.

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There’s a new ‘Supahero’ in town with the launch of Mila’s new Supa range of superior grade stainless steel hardware.

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Mila has launched a new ‘Smart Spindle’ espag handle designed specifically for the window repair market.  It makes easy work of replacing virtually any PVC-U window handle and is suitable for use with all of the most common PVC-U profile systems in the UK – past and present.

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Synseal has been so impressed with Mila’s new ProSecure door hinge that it will not only be adding it to the hardware range which it supplies to its customers, but will also be using it in its own Evolve bi-fold door and Carlton complete conservatory manufacturing.

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Mila has revealed the five new profile matched colours for its newly launched ProSecure door hinge.  Anthracite, Silk and Cement grey, as well as Chartwell Green and Cream have been chosen to suit all of the most popular door colours.

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Joe Montague is the new Operations Manager at Mila and is already making a positive impact on the service which the company delivers to customers.

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In my December Tech Talk column, I wrote about the proposed changes which the government was considering in relation to the Building Regs.  The first of these is Approved Document Q concerning the design of secure doorsets for new build developments.

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