Double R Glass and Roofing Systems

Double R Starts 2020 With a Bang

Managing Director, Ian Sims

Double R Glass & Roofing Systems Ltd is delighted to announce that it has kickstarted 2020 in style with glass sales up 13% at the end of 2019 compared with the previous year. Overall company sales across glass and conservatory roofs have increased by half a million in the same period. The company is also showing no signs of slowing down with the announcement that 8 new members of staff have joined Double R in January.

“The glass sector is in a constant state of flux at the moment, with the supplier landscape seemingly changing by the week,” says Ian Sims, Managing Director of Double R. “As a result, an increasing number of fabricators and installers are prioritising security and a stable supply chain when looking for an IGU partner. We have always prided ourselves on putting customers first, genuinely, and we have found over the past few years that this approach has become particularly pertinent. It’s not easy, in fact we probably had more than our fair share of problems last year, but we worked hard to rectify them quickly and keep our customers informed and as a result didn’t lose any business through the number of challenges we faced.

“As well as standing by our customer focused principles, we have also continued to invest in the business to ensure we have the machinery and people to stay ahead of the increased demand we’ve seen for our sealed units, decorative glass and our conservatory roofs. We have recently employed a further 8 people – 7 joining our production team and another engineer – for just this purpose.

“In such a competitive and crowded market, we’re pleased to start this year in such a robust position and look forward to continuing to support our IGU and conservatory roof customers with their ambitious plans for 2020 and beyond.”

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