Westcountry Glass became the second sealed unit and toughening facility for Cornwall Glass and Glazing Ltd in July last year. Mark Norcliffe, Director at Westcountry Glass explains why they decided to join Edgetech’s Super Spacer Dealership Network now: “The business operating out of Saltash in Cornwall was already set up to manufacture Super Spacer double glazed units, but we decided to take the relationship with Edgetech to the next level and join the Super Spacer Dealership to take advantage of the support available to help us meet our ambitious targets. As a direct result of the real sales support we receive from Edgetech’s Business Development Advisor, Mel Jones, along with Edgetech’s comprehensive marketing materials, we are being introduced to potential new customers. Mel is also an asset when it comes to training on the product itself and on the selling and marketing of windows with Super Spacer units.
“Our customers are really impressed with the Super Spacer product. The consistent line of Super Spacer applied by our Robot Applicator, especially on shapes; its appearance in taking on the colour of the frame instead of looking at a cold looking metal spacer; no condensation; and greatly improved heat loss around the edge of the unit, backed up with a great marketing package, are just some of the reasons why. Having the additional back up from Edgetech we are able to offer our customers a wealth of experience, technical advice and sales and marketing support to help them achieve their own Window Energy Ratings and sell more windows.”
Westcountry Glass is expecting a continued increase in sales this year and as a result appointed Graham Pollard to join the Sales Team in January. Graham has a wealth of experience in the Glass and Sealed Unit business and has worked for the Company for almost three years now.
The Team at Westcountry have a vast experience in Sealed Unit manufacturing units with Super Spacer. With the work that Edgetech is doing this year to increase awareness of WERs and the ability to produce units that will comfortably meet A, B and C requirements, we are very confident that this year will see demand and productivity reach new levels.