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ISO success for booming Newview Homes

Newview, one of the South’s fastest-growing installation businesses, is celebrating after working towards and being awarded two prestigious UKAS accreditations.

Rigorously tested by the British Assessment Bureau (a UKAS-registered assessment company), Newview’s products were found to meet the stringent requirements of ISO9001:2015 for Quality Management and ISO14001:2015 for Environmental Management.

“We met the requirements of both standards without a single non-conformity,” comments Managing Director Michele Wietscher. “This is the result of twelve months of hard work, scrutinising every element of our operation.

“At Newview, we work on everything from domestic doors and windows to the most complex and demanding commercial installations – and that means we have to be able to clearly demonstrate excellence in everything we do.

“What better way to inspire confidence than to be tested against some of the most respected quality standards in the world, and pass with flying colours?”

Based in Worthing, West Sussex, Newview is a family firm that, over the last decade, has quickly risen to become of the largest glazing and home improvement providers in the South-East of England, specialising in high-volume quality refurbs and new-build, as well as, more recently, fire door installations and inspection.

The firm is an increasingly in-demand provider of commercial glazing solutions, with its highest-profile work to date being its contribution to the ongoing Noise Insulation Scheme targeting homes around Heathrow Airport, as well as London City Airport and Network Rail.



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Newview Windows & Conservatories is a family run company that over the last ten years has become one of the largest glazing and home improvement companies in the South East.

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