National Window Systems, a trusted and experienced family run business which has been servicing Darlington, the North East and North Yorkshire for approaching 30 years, is celebrating the successful opening of its new Conservatory Village.
Held on Saturday 26th November from 10am to 3pm, the enhanced showroom was opened by the Mayor, Councillor Brian Jones and his Mayoress Councillor Doris Jones B.E.M.
Stephen Bell and Kevin Stephenson, who have been managing National Window Systems since the company was first established, said, “The new Conservatory Village features six new Orangeries, Conservatories & Garden Rooms, all fitted with the latest and most innovative products that we offer in our industry. This allows our customers to see the windows and doors that they might be interested in ‘in-situ’, as they would see them in their own homes.
“We would like to thank everyone who attended the opening and we look forward to welcoming current and potential customers to our Conservatory Village in the coming months.”
As part of the opening, National Window Systems offered attendees the opportunity to win a £50 Love 2 Shop voucher if they pre-registered to attend, as well the chance to win an Amazon Kindle if they booked an appointment with a sales person on the day. The winners of these prizes are Miss Sharkey and Mr Nicholson.
National Window Systems also opened its new trade counter on Friday 25th November, inviting the local trade to see the product range on offer, as well as to have a ‘sneak peek’ of the Conservatory Village. The trade counter offers Windows & Doors on a supply only basis as well as stocking all glazing requirements, from silicone, trims and handles to foam guns, tools and panels and is now open from 9am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday, and 10am to 2pm on Saturdays.