You might have seen them advertised on TV since January, you might have heard about them on the radio on your way into work in the morning, during the school run or just when you’re out and about.
You might already be familiar with the name Warmseal, and if you’re from or living in the North East of England, you should be proud of them as well.
Why? Well, because Warmseal began its life as a family firm, and even though they might have grown to become the North East’s largest supplier of conservatories, doors and window, they have never lost the family feel – and have never lost touch with their Northern roots.
They are a bona fida success story, and proof that the North isn’t desolate or a place that business and life can thrive.
In fact, despite their success, they are still based in the Westway Industrial Park in Throckley. Not only are they based there, but all their manufacturing is done in the Industrial Park as well – providing over 100 jobs for the region.
Not just taking from people all over the region, but giving back too.
All of the company’s products and installation are made to match or exceed the British Standards Kitemark, which goes along with Warmseal’s board presence on The Glass and Glazing federation. This helps to keep industry standards as high as possible, not just for the region but nationwide as well.
The Throckley-based company has also achieved a Secured by Design accreditation – an accreditation awarded by the police to companies whose products pass specific tests that determine whether or not a company can use the term ‘Police Preferred Specification’ on their products.
Basically, a Secured by Design membership indicates that the product has been tested and is deemed an effective way of deterring criminals. Warmseal have been awarded this approval for their French Doors.
As well as their excellent safety and design standard, the 25-year-old firm is also committed to protecting the environment, and as a result have worked hard to make sure that every product meets Government guidelines for decreasing household emissions and greenhouse gas production.
The environment also links in with the quality of product that Warmseal produces. They supply windows that are rated an A plus 10, the best possible rating that money can buy. A plus 10 windows will keep your house free from outside noise, and outside cold – as well as saving you money on fuel bills.
Not just content to do windows well, they also offer a wide range of conservatory shapes and styles – which can be customised to the colour you want. As well as offering their special Warmtone technology, they can also offer self-cleaning glass roofs for your conservatory – meaning looking after it will be easier than ever.
Worried about the North East winter chill hitting you when you open your conservatory door in the colder months? Don’t be, because whether you live in Bylth or North Shields, they can install wall-mounted heaters or even under-floor heating systems to fight back the cold.
And with the average value added onto a property that has a conservatory being around £11,000 (data from an Egg survey), there is no reason why building one would be a bad idea.