Despite the forced closure of its three showrooms during lockdown, the team at The Monmouthshire Window Company have been busy behind the scenes over a bumper 12 months for the firm.
Helping hundreds to improve their homes during lockdown, the local company with 20 years of experience across the trade has continued to provide expert window, door and conservatory advice and fittings, as well as their exclusive modern aluminium frames - which are built by a specialist local team.
Following the opening of its brand-new Newport showroom early last year to accompany the existing sites across the county, The company is looking forward to welcoming visitors back in to discuss their home improvement needs from 12th April, in line with coronavirus regulations.
Their new aluminium window frames are proving incredibly popular, as they offer a stylish, modern, durable and sustainable alternative to traditional uPVC. With a high-performance profile that more easily retains heat within the home and the slim aesthetics of Aluminium, you can even save money on your bills by upgrading to aluminium.
Monmouthshire Windows’ team have also just been joined by new General Manager, Caroline Williams. Following a career in management, Caroline is looking forward to helping many more Monmouthshire residents unlock their home’s potential for simple, straight-forward improvements. She said: “We can’t wait to welcome people back into our showrooms to give face-to-face advice on all the products we have on offer. We are particularly proud of our aluminium range, which are uniquely made in our own factory and give a huge range of new options to our customers.
“We’ve been very busy over lockdown, and we’re delighted to have been supported by local clients, and to have been able to help people improve their space during a very difficult 12 months. We look forward to helping many more people in the year to come.”