40 years young
Founded in 1977 by brothers Tom and Bob Dyer, Pontefract fabricator Dempsey Dyer is turning 40 this year.
The business began life as a Yorkshire joinery, producing timber doors and windows for local installers. It wasn’t long before the company diversified, beginning to offer PVCU products alongside its established timber portfolio, and by 1984, it had switched its PVCU supplier to Deceuninck.
“We’re extremely proud of our history as a long-standing, family-run business at a time when that’s becoming increasingly rare,” managing director Peter Dyer, son of co-founder Tom, said. “We combine traditional values with innovative, modern manufacturing – a commitment to quality, durability, and forging strong partnerships with our valued customers with environmental responsibility.”