Enter the GGF “Best Home Improvement Glazing Project” Award

For the second successive year, the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is sponsoring the National Home Improvement Council (NHIC) Awards.

This year the GGF award is for “Best Home Improvement Glazing Project” and the GGF invites all companies in the Home Improvement sector to enter this prestigious competition.Since 1974 the NHIC Annual Awards have recognised achievement in the UK housing arena and have grown over the years to become the premier event in their sector.In recent years the awards scheme has attracted entries from across the spectrum of housing modernisation projects as well as associated activities such as energy efficiency, renewable technologies, safety and design.

The winner of the award will be invited (with guest) to the special awards lunch held in the prestigious venue – One Whitehall Place, Westminster. The winner will receive the award at the lunch and will benefit from the extensive PR this event enjoys with acknowledgments on print, online and on plaques and certificates. The event is also being covered by the trade media but all press materials will be covered on the NHIC consumer website and the GGF website.

Nigel Rees, GGF Group Chief Executive commented, “The GGF is delighted to sponsor the glazing category at the NHIC Awards. The Federation is active member of the NHIC and I’d encourage all home improvement companies to enter our Best Home Improvement Glazing Project.”

In previous years the winners of the GGF Awards have enjoyed not just the event itself but also the publicity gained from winning this prestige prize. Including the GGF the other current sponsors and category titles are:

  • Bathroom Manufacturers Association - Home Improvement Journalist of the Year
  • British Gas - Energy Efficiency in Local Communities
  • Glass & Glazing Federation - Best Home Improvement Glazing Project
  • HA Magazine – as this year’s Media Sponsor
  • National Federation of Roofing Contractors - Excellence in Roofing
  • QANW - Services within the Community with Glazing
  • The Gas Safety Trust - Gas Safety in Social Housing

If you wish to enter the NHIC awards, then please check the entry criteria and submit your entry by Friday 3rd October 2014. To view/download the entry criteria and form please visit the website http://www.nhic.org.uk/nhic-annual-awards/

For further information the awards and if you wish to attend as a guest, please contact Lauren Omand, Event Coordinator, laurenomand@nhic.org.uk.

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