For site managers, working with companies who have a strong commitment to recycling is vital – and few value sustainability more than Sidey.
Sidey has recently transformed a tiny gardener’s cottage into a five-star holiday highway with its bespoke aluminium glazing.
Sidey achieves ISO 45001:2008 certification for the manufacture and installation of windows, doors and conservatories using PVCu and aluminium profiles.
Fenestration company Sidey has built a well-earned reputation as a passionate champion of the environment, especially when it comes to community projects.
The grounds of the historic Knock Castle and Knock Old Castle, two Tudor Gothic mansions in Largs, Scotland, have been enhanced by Sidey.
There has been a great reaction to the recent launch of Sidey’s new-look website, with Scotland’s strongest fenestration company already receiving superb feedback.
This month, Scotland’s strongest fenestration company, Sidey, opened the doors to its Edinburgh Showroom in the out-of-town shopping area near the city’s Ikea.
Sidey has proved its credentials for social housing partners, with its place on the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) for all categories of windows and doors. Sidey MD Steve Hardy talks about this.
Sidey’s commitment to sustainability has been recognised as the fenestration specialists have been named as finalists at this year’s The VIBES.
Timber frame and SIPs panel manufacturers can quicken the installation of windows and doors by using the Sidey Kitfix system.