In the latest twist to what has already been a rapidly advancing story, Safestyle has announced that it has filed a legal claim against Safeglaze. Given that this is now going legal, care has to be taken on what is said on here about this.
So, I shall be sticking firmly to what was said in the statement, which was published on their Plc website.
This is what has been published on their site as of the 21st May:
Safestyle UK PLC today issued a claim seeking injunctive relief and damages against NIAMAC Developments Ltd (trading as Safeglaze UK) and a number of named individuals. The claim is made in the Business and Property Courts of England & Wales, on the Intellectual Property list.
The claim asks the Court to determine whether Safestyle is entitled to injunctive relief and damages from what the Group considers to be passing off, the misuse of confidential information, unlawful means conspiracy and malicious falsehood. Safestyle is also applying for urgent interim relief, pending the trial of this matter.
Safestyle, the leading retailer and manufacturer of uPVC replacement windows and doors to the UK homeowner market, has invested heavily in building its leading market position over many years. The Group welcomes healthy competition in the market, but is committed to protecting its brand, its reputation, and its staff.
A further announcement will be made in due course.
I will be keeping an eye on their site to see if any further statements are indeed made in the next few days. The share price moved very little on the back of this news, settling at 60.75p per share, very much within a very tight range that it has traded in within the last few weeks.
Check out the original statement here
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Is it safe to buy windows and doors from safeglaze and its warranty
We have had windows fitted by Safeglaze and are very unhappy with the results. The windows are too small and do not fit correctly and not even central. We will not have the new doors fitted and are now looking at our options.
Ouch. I have an outstanding order which had the original installation date cancelled and lack of communication from the company . Phone calls have been from me. Story being part of order not received from Irish manufacturer ?? Only paid £100 deposit but obviously past their 14 day cancellation period. What do I do !!!!!
This is the exact same story of a friend of mine,
that is she had her fitting date cancelled post the 14 cancellation period and despite contacting them several times, is getting no response.
Had a quote from safe glaze and was happy with the price and service received fom the sales person. However whne reading the finance agreement i found it fishy as they said no interest on the 2 years option i had taken however on the finance agreement it stated that we were actually going to pay interest on the balance !! I have cancelled my order as it has only been 3 days. Safe Glaze has confirmed this cancellation with me and i have asked for my £150 cash deposit back which I paid for in cash to the salesman;… Read more »
IT’s good that you cancelled your order. i am suffering a lot.
It’s the same story for me too. Please avoid safeglaze
I had a porch door and window fitted. AWFUL. My review is on trust pilot. Despite numerous calls they do not get back to me. COWBOYS!!!
I cancelled my contract next day and I’m still waiting for refund. Today it is 4 weeks. Rubbish!!!! Now the phone number is dead. The sales man ,Ian ,same phone down. I spoke with my bank for disputes, I sent all documents. If it’s not successful, I’m going to solicitor.
Somebody knows how to contact them? Or what I have to do?
Be aware with this company.