CENSolutions, the leading consultancy and test facility for the window, door and glazing industries, is pleased to announce that it has extended its partnership with Clearview (Sussex) Ltd, working closely with the trade fabricator to ensure they successfully achieved the CMS Quality Mark.
Family run manufacturer of high quality glass and glazing solutions, Clearview (Sussex) Ltd, based in Eastbourne, East Sussex, is delighted at the recent achievement, as Michelle Birchall, Director at Clearview (Sussex) Ltd, explains: “Over the last 16 years in the industry, we have built our business on reputation. We’re a family run business and have traditional customer service values, with the quality of our products and service offering at the heart of everything we do. Over the years we have always strived to make improvements to set ourselves apart from the competition. Testament to this is the fact that, back in 2004, we were one of the first sealed unit manufacturers in the east Sussex area to test our units to EN 1279, Parts 2 and 3.
“We’ve worked with CENSolutions for 14 years now for all of our certification needs. They are a brilliant company to work with and have always been helpful and knowledgeable. We see this latest achievement as something else that can help differentiate us and further promote the quality in all that we do. Our offering has diversified over the years, so we have lots more to offer alongside our sealed units; from Glass Splash Backs and Custom Mirror Glass to Balustrades and Balconies, as well as a wide range of decorative options. We want our customers to be able to get everything they need from us – with the continued quality across everything we do.”
Mick Laney, the Independent Consultant from CENSolutions working with Clearview, concludes: “We’ve enjoyed a longstanding relationship with Clearview, so we were delighted to work with them on the achievement of the CMS Mark. We are always pleased to see a forward thinking company like this, striving for improvement in their products and processes and wish them all the very best going forward.”