Qwood - Case Studies

Qwood - Case Studies

Below is a list of key Qwood customers who have benefited from switching to Qwood. Click on any one to see further details on why they switched.

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    Douglas and Peters

    Douglas and Peters is a traditional timber window and door manufacturer. It has over 100 years’ combined experience of manufacturing joinery products.

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    Stanbrook and Nicholson

    Based in a new state-of-the-art 20,000 sq. ft. workshop in West Molesey near Kingston-upon-Thames, Stanbrook and Nicholson manufacture and install bespoke quality timber windows and doors for commercial and residential properties throughout the south east of England.

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    Performance Doorset Solutions (PDS)

    PDS are manufacturers of superior, purpose built residential and commercial door and window systems. Since its inception in 2003, the company has identified quality, service and value as cornerstones of its business. Click here for the case study.

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    West Port are manufactures of high performance timber windows and doors. Their client base covers a broad spectrum of markets in both the public and private sectors. this includes refurbishments for prestigious hotel chains, major commercial new build projects, through to one off renovations for the discerning private home owner. Click here for the case study.

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    Tomlinson Parbans

    Established 160 years ago, Tomlinson Parbans are a timber and joinery company in Cheshire. They are a supplier to both the trade and public. Click here to continue reading.

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    Gowercroft Joinery

    Gowercroft designs, manufactures and installs high quality bespoke joinery products for internal and external applications. The company is proud of having built an enviable reputation for the manufacture of quality joinery products for private housing domestic customers, and for commercial and one-off projects. Click here to continue reading.