PVC-U, Aluminium & Timber

Date: 15 September 2011
Source: http://www.ggpmag.com
20-year partnership20-year partnershipNewark based Sherwood Windows has just celebrated 20 years in business – all of it in partnership with REHAU.

Katrina Earl, the REHAU area manager who looks after Sherwood Windows, presented managing director, Colin Leeder, with a trophy and framed certificate to mark the occasion.

When Sherwood Windows was founded in July 1991, it fabricated in REHAU’s 60mm S702 system and switched to the 60mm REHAU Tritec system when it was introduced in 2001. The company produces a complete range of windows and doors, including bi-fold and patio doors and supplies to trade and retail customers throughout Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.

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