The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has extended its congratulations to IQ Glass for winning the Best Home Improvement Glazing Project category at the 2015 National Home Improvement Council (NHIC) Awards.
The NHIC Awards was held on Thursday 12 November at the Gladstone Library, One Whitehall Place.
Sponsors of the awards included the GGF, British Gas, the National Federation of Roofing Contractors, Gas Safety Trust, QANW and Schueco UK. The event was also supported by the European Water Label and Competent Roofer.
Commercial glazing company IQ Glass picked up the award for Best Home Improvement Glazing Project, sponsored by GGF.
The glazing specialist works in highly technical façade and structural glazing projects across the UK and beyond; and also offers a full range of contemporary framing solutions to complement the frameless installations including sliding doors, flushed glazed windows and slim framed aluminium casement solutions.
GGF Members SEHBAC enjoyed success at the event, claiming the runner-up spot in the Best Glazing Project category and wining Best Home Improvement Project with a Community Benefit Award.
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