The longstanding Wirral glazing firm has teamed up with Thomas Sanderson to offer a ‘one stop shop’ when it comes to home improvement.
By joining forces, the reputable companies will provide perfect synergy between stylish aesthetics and modern practicality for homeowners across the North West.
Managing Director of Bebington Glazing Kay Finlay said: “By combining Bebington Glazing’s wide variety of window and glazing options with Thomas Sanderson’s unrivalled collection of cutting edge designs, we hope that we can make the home improvement process easy and efficient for all of our customers. The brand shares a similar ethos to our own and we look forward to introducing our customers to the quality products provided.”
As an expert in its field, the New Ferry based glazing firm has become renowned across the North West for its bespoke glass installation and repairs on both residential and commercial properties. It has also collaborated with industry professionals such as UK manufacturer of uPVC products SafeChoice, Bridgestone Construction and Roofcare to name a few.
Established in 1992, Thomas Sanderson offers a range of products including conservatory blinds, pleated blinds, energy smart blinds, vinyl shutters, metal venetians and automated blinds to name a few.
Joe Grimley, Partnership Manager at Thomas Sanderson said: “Here at Thomas Sanderson, our focus is on quality products and we are glad to partner with Bebington Glazing, which shares our passion for offering its customers the highest in standards. We are recommended by all major UK conservatory installers as the preferred choice for conservatory blinds and we are proud for Bebington Glazing to welcome us as a trusted brand.”
For more information about Bebington Glazing visit www.bebingtonglazing.co.uk or call 0151 645 3830.
For more information about Thomas Sanderson visit www.thomas-sanderson.co.uk
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