One of the UK’s longest-standing VEKA fabricators has undergone a dramatic rebranding, better reflecting its focus on window projects as opposed to general building contracts.
The original company, based on Borough Road in Darwen, had traded for over 40 years and worked with VEKA for almost 30. Now named Darwen Windows, the team is keen to continue offering the same level of quality, service and fast turnarounds that first established its success.
MD, Bill Ainsworth, explains: “We’re excited to have unveiled a brand new website that guides visitors through the range of work Darwen Windows undertakes. Whether it’s doors, windows, a conservatory, or all three, customers can be confident of our experience and expertise, especially after checking out the photos of completed work on our new Facebook and Twitter profiles.”
“The new logo’s great and really reflects the streamlining that’s taken place within the company. Of course, our offering to customers will maintain the same high standards we’ve always upheld, and we look forward to welcoming new business under the umbrella of Darwen Windows.”
Bill recalls working with VEKA since the early 1980s, when profile was still imported from Germany prior to advent of the Burnley plant.
“We look forward to continuing what must be one of the longest relationships with VEKA of any UK fabricator, as we know that our customers appreciate the levels of quality and service available. With a name like VEKA behind you, the opportunity to grow your business is always there – and we certainly have aspirations for expansion.”
Contact Darwen Windows on 01254 706 101 and check out their new website at www.darwenwindows.co.uk
Pictured: A recent installation by Darwen Windows at Philips High School in Whitefield, North Manchester.