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The Window Industry Continues To Have A Problem With Image Theft

By |July 20th, 2019|Categories: double glazing industry|

Of the various issues we face in our industry, image theft shouldn't be one. Yet, it remains. I have seen it plenty myself. Whilst I have been at home these past couple of weeks, [...]

42% Believe A Fitting Team Should Be Paid £1000-£1500 Per Week

By |July 15th, 2019|Categories: business, double glazing industry|

Sorry for the radio silence. Getting used to being a Dad for the first time is a very tiring and time consuming thing. I wouldn't change it for the world. I'm getting used to [...]

Customade Group Acquires Manufacturing Assets Of GBW Panels

By |June 26th, 2019|Categories: business, double glazing industry|

Many have known about the misfortune to fall on GBW Panels of late. They had indeed gone into administration, but with little known about the future of the company, or any news to come [...]

Would You Manufacture And Sell More Recycled Fenestration Products?

By |June 25th, 2019|Categories: DGB ECO, double glazing industry, recycling|

Recycling is very much in the frame right now. Sorry. But it is, and as a sector we need to start getting used to the idea of recycling all that we use, and selling [...]

Searches For Triple Glazing Have Been On The Decline For A While

By |June 24th, 2019|Categories: double glazing industry|

In a poll I conducted recently on DGB, the industry indicated that the chance for triple glazing has already been and gone. You can catch up with that poll and my analysis here. It's [...]

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