Paradise windows scoops Rehau Installation of the Year award

Paradise Windows has won the 2016 Rehau Installation of the Year award for its work on a ‘stunning’ modern detached property in Nottingham.

Paradise Windows’ winning entry was an anthracite grey installation, with a glazed Irish oak double height gable entrance. The installation included nine windows and five sets of double doors, all from the RehauTotal70 system, manufactured in Paradise Windows’ own factory.

The 2016 Rehau Installation of the Year competition attracted hundreds of entries from installers across the country, keen to show off their creativity and outstanding craftsmanship. Six finalists were shortlisted for the 2016 award and their details uploaded to the Rehau website, where the public voted for their favourite.

Paradise Windows, based in Jacksdale Nottinghamshire, received an iPad mini, a certificate and an engraved trophy for being the public’s number one choice. Two runners up – Quality Pods of Pembrokeshire and RR Mon Construction from Anglesey – both received Amazon vouchers

Mark Millward, managing director at Paradise Windows, said: “We are over the moon to win the Rehau Installation of the Year Award. We are a family run business and a small team, so it’s amazing to be recognised for our hard work in this way, especially when we were up against many bigger businesses. I think what sets us apart is how we turn a good installation into a great one to exceed customer expectations. With the right product choices and a creative vision, it can really transform a property, as the installation in Nottingham shows.”

Faye Tompkins, from Rehau, said: “The competition was tough this year, with more entries than ever before, but the team at Paradise Windows are very deserving winners as they clearly have both a passion for quality craftsmanship and also customer service.The winning installation really showcases the options available with the Rehau windows product range and how they can be creatively used for many different properties.”

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