Roseview joins the GFF

At the end of January, the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) welcomed Roseview Windows into full GGF Membership with Brian Baker, GGF President, presenting Willie Kerr, Roseview’s Managing Director, their Membership Certificate at the first Joint Meeting of the Conservatory Association and Window and Door of 2015.   Nigel Rees, GGF Group Chief Executive, commented, “We’re delighted that Roseview has joined the Federation as they are the longest established uPVC sash window manufacturer in the UK and bring a wealth of experience to the Federation.”Willie Kerr who has been in the window manufacturing industry since the early 1980s, commented, “We are pleased to join the GGF and hopefully we can have a considerable input as well as reaping the benefits from being a Member.

We have already attended a couple of specialist group meetings as invited guests and enjoyed the networking and hearing Members’ views on issues affecting our sector”.

With a fifty-strong workforce Roseview Windows manufacture uPVC vertically sliding sash windows for trade, residential and commercial customers. Their modern 30,000 square feet factory contains top of the line machining and welding centres, which - in combination with their fully trained and highly experienced staff - help them to ensure absolute accuracy and quality in all the sash windows they manufacture

Roseview’s solid and structured approach to business is one of the reasons why they have not only survived but grown in the last 30 years. With full technical back-up, comprehensive staff training and a firm belief in customer retention and repeat business, Roseview offer high quality windows backed up by a full end-to-end service.

Brian Smith, GGF Home Improvement Director commented “Roseview join the GGF at a time when we are working on some key issues affecting the uPVC window sector. One of the most prevalent issues involves conservation areas and Article 4 Directions, which affect homeowners’ choice of products, materials and designs. I have no doubt that Roseview’s experience combined with the GGF’s investment in this area will help us develop our plans and activities. Roseview are a most welcome addition to the Membership.”

Willie Kerr concluded, “Now that we are in Membership we will be pleased to contribute our expertise and look forward to getting more involved with the specialist groups and other like-minded Members.”

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