The benefits of not cutting corners

The Window Company (Contracts) has always claimed to never cut corners on site, and its latest recruit Tom Millar has conveniently demonstrated that on a recent project.

At Eldon School in Enfield, where timber windows were being replaced with PVCU, Tom hand-finished the corners on every single new arched head window being fitted so that they exactly matched the timber originals.

“Spending around 45 minutes on every window, Tom demonstrated a level of craftsmanship rarely seen on mainstream public sector projects,” the company reported.

He cut and shaped all of the trims on the inside and outside of the windows, slotting in the necessary insulation and ensuring that all of the cut edges were invisible on the frame.

Tom has recently joined The Window Company (Contracts) in a fitting team with his Dad.

“We take immense pride in our work and always want to delight the customer,” he said. “That’s very much the approach of the whole company here, so they are happy for us to spend the extra time required to get the finish just right.”

At Eldon School, The Window Company (Contracts) replaced 68 windows with PVCU alternatives fabricated in Profile 22 by Emplas Window Systems, one of eight school contracts that The Window Company has completed this year.