Yorkshire based fabricator Dempsey Dyer has launched its new corporate video, highlighting the firm’s continued commitment to close customer relationships and high-quality products.
The one-and-a-half-minute clip focuses on the work that goes into producing its industry-renowned timber window and door products, as well as the expert craftsmen, joiners and technicians who create them.
You can watch the new video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHpsNHJzFB8
Produced by Purplex, the leading marketing company for the construction and fenestration industries, the video highlights the strong, supportive relationship between Dempsey Dyer and their trade and commercial customers. Established in 1977, some of their longest-standing clients have been with them for decades.
“It was important that our new corporate video focused on our values,” commented Dempsey Dyer MD, Peter Dyer. “We pride ourselves on making high-quality products, developing strong partnerships with all our customers and our history as a family-run business. The video gives an insight into how we work, and the talented and experienced team behind our fantastic range of timber, uPVC and composite doors and windows.”
Dempsey Dyer previously released a video aimed at highlighting the features and benefits of their timber-look, mechanically jointed Beaumont window.
“In the internet age, video marketing is hugely valuable for businesses like ours,” Peter continued. “Videos aren’t just a great way of showcasing ourselves to a wider audience, they also help our trade clients share the benefits of the products we provide to their potential customers. We’ve got another video in the pipeline focusing on our Deceuninck uPVC range – and we look forward to sharing that one with the industry soon.”
Dempsey Dyer was founded in 1977 by brothers Tom and Robert Dyer, and is now run by Tom’s son Peter. Dempsey Dyer has expanded to become one of Yorkshire’s foremost providers of timber and uPVC windows and doors. The company’s relationship with Deceuninck stretches back over 30 years, with the two firms collaborating to produce Dempsey Dyer’s signature Beaumont window range, mechanically-jointed uPVC frames with an authentic woodgrain appearance.