GGP Installer Awards 2023: The results are in


Nine trophies were awarded to winners of the GGP Installer Awards 2023, during a live presentation ceremony at the Midland Hotel, Manchester, on 16 March. Sixteen installation projects, glazing industry people, businesses and products were recognised during this year’s awards scheme, which is run by Glass and Glazing Products (GGP) magazine. The winners are listed below.

“Huge congratulations to all of our winners!” Charissa King, GGP‘s editor, exclaimed. “I look forward to reporting on your continued success, and to promoting your outstanding work in the special April 2023 edition of GGP magazine.”

Best Conservatory or Orangery Installation up to £35,000
WINNER: EYG Home Improvements
Highly commended: Jackson Windows by Tradeglaze

Best Conservatory or Orangery Installation over £35,000
WINNER: Sherborne
Highly commended: Droylsden Glass (Pownall)

Best Installation Commercial
WINNER: Jackson Windows by Tradeglaze
Highly commended: JPJ Installations Ltd
Highly commended: Window Company Contracts

Best Installation Residential – up to £20,000
WINNER: Lightfoot Windows (Kent)
Highly commended: James Wilding Joinery

Best Installation Residential – over £20,000
WINNER: Lightfoot Windows (Kent)
Highly commended: Pete Witham

Best Installation Support Programme or Service Initiative
WINNER: Installer glass collection and recycling scheme (Morley Glass/Saint-Gobain Glass)

Best Technical Innovation
WINNER: TS008 Slim Letterplate (UAP)

Outstanding Achievement
WINNER: Kenny King, Tradeglaze

Lifetime Achievement
WINNER: Steve Haines, Stuga Machinery

Rising Star
WINNER: Leon Gonzalez, CS&G

GGP’s Installer Awards recognise and reward the hard work and professionalism of the UK’s window, door and conservatory installers, and the products and businesses that support them. Discover more about the awards scheme online at Though this year’s awards for 2023 have been decided, look out for details of how to apply to win one of the next batch of trophies, later this year.

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