A clear choice
A Cheshire-based installer has signed up to Polyframe as its key supplier of PVCU windows.
Northwich Glass recently migrated to Polyframe to exclusively supply Rehau windows and help it keep pace with growing demand within the domestic sector.
Owner Mark Patrick, who bought the former family business in 2015, said: “The business has gone from strength to strength since I took it over, but it became apparent that we needed a long-term partner that could match our growth projections with large volumes and consistently high product quality.
“We tested the water with a few companies but Polyframe was the only supplier that could offer us the scale we needed with a keenly priced product. The high level of support that we’ve received since moving to Polyframe has, without question, made this the best strategic decision we’ve made so far and it will set us up for a sustained period of growth going forward.”
Northwich Glass operates from a 28,000ft2 site and currently installs around 200 PVCU windows a week in and around Cheshire.
“After reviewing a number of suppliers and window systems, we knew that Polyframe and its Rehau system were right for us,” Mark said.
“Rehau is a solid brand that has stood the test of time and it is a trusted system that’s built to last. Just as importantly, our fitters like installing it, which helps us complete projects more quickly and cost effectively.”
Northwich Glass has reported growth since switching to Polyframe and is on course to increase turnover by at least 30% in the next year.
Northwich Glass’s showroom will be kitted out with a range of Rehau windows and will be fully equipped with supporting showroom literature to help the business convert more sales.