FENSA has announced the finalists for the FENSA Installation of the Year Award 2017, the only industry award covering 78% of the replacement glazing market, based entirely on direct customer feedback.
The finalists for the award are Artisan Conservatories and Windows Ltd, Clwyd, C R Gilbert Ltd, Conwy, Derbys Future Installations Ltd, Derby, Mike Evans (Windows) Ltd, Wrexham and OZ Windows Ltd, Exeter.
The FENSA trophy will be presented at the prestigious annual industry glass awards G17, held at the London Hilton on Park Lane on the 17th November.
The overall winner will also receive complimentary accommodation, travel and tickets for two to London, whilst the runners-up will receive an award certificate and use of the exclusive FENSA Installation of the Year logo.
Director of Membership at FENSA, Chris Beedel, commented: “We are extremely pleased with the calibre and range of entries and it was an incredibly tough job to identify the finalists.
“It’s great to witness FENSA members’ work being valued and highly rated by homeowners. We are proud of the finalists and they should be very proud of their own achievements.
“I am looking forward to celebrating with the winner in November where the FENSA Trophy will be presented at the prestigious G17 awards which showcase the excellence of the UK’s door and window industry.”
Meanwhile, feedback from nearly 3,700 customers showed homeowners held FENSA members in high regard.
They rated FENSA four out of five for how their home was treated, for whether the sales process was positive for the customer, in regards to how they treated the customer’s home and in terms go overall customer’s satisfaction.
On top of this pleasing reading for FENSA, 89% of homeowners would recommend their local FENSA installer to their family and friends.
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