Picture above: Hazlemere Installation Manager Alan Layton & Operations Director Jason Bradshaw with DIY SOS Team.
Hazlmere Window Company Ltd made its prime-time TV debut this month, appearing on Big Build DIY SOS to support a local project just around the corner from the company’s Welwyn Garden City showroom.
The BBC 1 DIY SOS show aired at 9pm on Thursday 15th June 2017, featuring the home transformation project for Sascha Koutrouza, a severely ill former midwife. The challenge was to create sufficient room to enable special medical equipment to be installed and permit proper treatment for Sascha’s illness in the comfort of her home.
The specialist window and door team from Hazlemere, which is part of the Conservatory Outlet Network of retailers, comprised of Senior Installer John Layton, Installation Manager Alan Layton, Operations Director Jason Bradshaw and Fitter Michal Kowalczyk. The team worked tremendously hard from 23rd August to 1st September 2016, offering their highly experienced craftsmanship and fitting knowledge to supply and fit all the new replacement windows and doors needed for the project.
Supported by the generosity of their uPVC manufacturing partner Conservatory Outlet (Wakefield) and double glazed sealed unit manufacturer Nicholls and Clarke (Fareham), the team at Hazlemere were able to donate both the products and their labour free of charge to help the local family.
Mark Austin, Sales and Marketing Director for Hazlemere Window Company said “With the Koutrouza family living just round the corner from our showroom, we knew that we wanted to offer our support as soon as we heard about their situation.
Our team have worked so hard to help finish the project, and although we have offered our services free of charge, the installation has been hugely rewarding. It means a lot to us to be able to help a local family in need.
On behalf of the Hazlemere team, we’d like to sincerely thank both Conservatory Outlet and Nicholls and Clarke for playing no small part in enabling us to complete the project, as well as wishing the Koutrouza family all the best in their new home.”
Conservatory Outlet Managing Director Michael Giscombe added “It’s no surprise to us that the team at Hazlemere have offered their help to this project. The Hazlemere ethos has always been to provide complete care to their customers, and support their local community. We were delighted to assist with their requirements and are really proud of their efforts. It’s truly great to see our Network members making a difference to the lives of people within their local community.”
For more information please visit: www.hazlemere.co.uk