Double Success at National Installation Awards for Jackson Windows

Jackson Windows by Tradeglaze have earned two prestigious national awards! We were up against the UK’s very best glass and glazing companies in the 2023 GGP Installer Awards, hosted by the British actress and comedian Nina Wadia OBE at The Midland Hotel in Manchester on Thursday 16 March. Judged by an independent panel of industry experts including the industry regulator FENSA, the national GGP Installer Awards honour exceptional work and innovative design, as well as the best people working in the industry today, both in residential and commercial sectors.

L-R Daniel Dickson (aluminium manager), Nicky Wyles (trade sales), Sam Corner (retail sales coordinator), Jeremy Wetherall (managing director), Kenny King (production manager), Shaun Hart (installations manager), Katerina Pickup (marketing manager), Jonathan Brewer (trade sales manager), Brian Pearson (senior accounts manager)

Jackson Windows by Tradeglaze received ‘Best Installation – Commercial’ award for specifying, fabricating and installing high performance aluminium curtain walling and doors at Laceby Manor Spa and Gym, a custom-built luxury retreat set in the Lincolnshire Wolds which opened last year alongside Laceby Manor golf course.

‘Best Installation – Commercial’ award for Laceby Manor Spa and Gym project

Jackson Windows by Tradeglaze managing director Jeremy Wetherall said: “I could not be more proud of our teams. Our aim isn’t to win awards, our aim is to help create beautiful, highly energy efficient buildings for our customers – trade, commercial as well as domestic. However, it’s a wonderful feeling for our teams to know that a vastly experienced panel of judges have considered our work and that they believe the quality of our manufacturing and installation are amongst the best in the entire country. As a Team Lincolnshire ambassador, we are immensely proud to fly the flag of our beautiful county nationally.”

Kenny King receives Outstanding Achievement award

“We were shortlisted in six categories which I think demonstrates our versatility and expertise across a full range of categories, from smaller-scale residential projects, through to sophisticated conservatories as well as large, very complex commercial projects where we work with multiple contractors.” added Mr Wetherall.

“Investment and innovation is our focus for the months ahead. At the start of the year we took delivery of a new CNC machining centre for our Aluminium factory. We have just signed an order for a new fully automated sawing and machining centre for our PVCu factory, due to arrive in June. This is our largest upgrade in the history of the company. It will help increase our capacity and enable us manufacture products such as flush casement windows and other low U-value, energy-saving window and doors” concluded Mr Wetherall.