Our ongoing business relationship with Habitat Projects Ltd means we are perfectly placed to support them with window and door installation services.
Having already worked with Habitat on over 30 projects, we provide their team with a one-stop-shop for all their windows, doors and glass. Not only that, we currently assist them with unique products that demand attention to detail and professional workmanship, such as eye-catching doors, unusually shaped windows and feature glass.
Every single job we undertake for Habitat is bespoke – no two projects are ever the same and we work tirelessly to deliver a high quality product that not only looks great, but functions perfectly. We are sometimes tested by their team too, as the products they request are usually fully bespoke and demand our undivided attention, but we always enjoy the challenge and it has helped us deliver some of our best work.
Habitat also operate to a tight schedule, meaning our time keeping and on-site scheduling needs to be absolutely on point. With that said, we do operate in an industry where additional works are sometimes required due to the unpredictable nature of the building and its environment so flexibility is also key.
From the management of all aspects of a project right through to the installation and final build quality, we always strive to exceed Habitat’s expectations and that is why they continue to use us as part of their business.
We frequently receive other client enquiries off the back of the work we complete for Habitat, and this also works the other way in their favour. We hope this business relationship will continue to blossom for many years to come.
These promises are the driving force behind the company and all its staff & representatives. We truly do things differently. It is because of these clear values and promises that we make sure to be recognised by the industry leading accreditation companies. From Which? Trusted Traders to HomePro, our independent insurance company, we meet their strict criteria and get their accreditation as a reward.