Investment At Lumi Looms

Inside a factory

Lumi has made significant investment in its latest range of ‘frameless’ window and doors, with the addition of new machinery at its Ballymena factory – which will all be in before the new year.

A £61,000 Emmegi CNC machine will be followed in with a further £5,00 expenditure on an Elumatec 223 End Miller.


 “Our latest investment in automation has been made to satisfy the steady growth in demand for Lumi Aluminium products since we launched the range at the start of this year.”

– Asa McGillian 

Managing director, Lumi


Style and affordability

“Our aluminium system is perfect for the current market because it bridges the gap between high-end architectural products which look the part – and affordability, with an achievable mid-level price point that is typically less than comparable aluminium products,” adds Lumi’s McGillian. “It really does offer the best of both worlds and delivers everything you might look for in a quality, contemporary, 21st Century window.”


Composites too

Joining the two well-established and popular Lumi variations made from composite materials, Lumi Aluminium caters for the current trend for aluminium windows and doors increasingly favoured by homeowners, architects and specifiers alike.

Combined with Lumi’s trademark ‘frameless’ edge-to-edge glazing design, the latest aluminium range achieves the slick modern aesthetic that is currently so sought after across both commercial and domestic sectors.

McGillian adds: “Besides its appeal to professional specifiers, Lumi Aluminium is also ideal for our installer partners to work with in the home improvement market because it’s simple to handle and install, with no beading or gaskets to cut and fit on site. And the distinctive look it creates is very attractive to homeowners looking for the kerb-appeal that only aluminium windows can deliver.”

Picture: The Lumi production facility has been boosted by machinery investment.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
20th December 2021


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