Nationwide Windows rewards 1,500th door installation with GCH

Leading social housing door and window supplier Nationwide Windows and Gloucester City Homes (GCH) were delighted to recently reach the milestone of the 1500th door installed in GCH’s current improvement programme. So delighted in fact, that the recipient of the new door, GCH tenant Mrs Roberts was presented with a bunch of flowers and a box of chocolates by the installers who fitted the door, in conjunction with the housing organisation.

Mrs Roberts was as pleased with her new door as she was with the gifts she received, commenting:

“I was really impressed with the fitters Mark and David, who were extremely polite, very clean and generally a pleasure to have in my home. Of all the workmen who have undertaken work to my house, they were the best I have ever seen. To receive flowers and chocolates as well as my new door was a lovely and unexpected treat.”

Matthew Reed, Nationwide Windows’ Project Manager for GCH enthuses:

“That we’ve reached our 1500th door installation goes some way to show the strength and longevity behind our partnership with Gloucester City Homes. We have worked closely with GCH’s Property Services Support Managers, Sarah Crawford and Garfield Lindsay and we share their philosophy that tenant satisfaction is paramount to achieving the best result for all concerned. It’s fantastic that Mrs Roberts was so impressed with the work Mark and David carried out and the manner in which they did so. We hope she enjoys her flowers and chocolates!”

GCH’s Head of Property Services Michael Hill adds:

“We are continuing our excellent work with Nationwide Windows of installing new doors and windows which improve the energy efficiency of our tenants’ homes whilst also helping to reduce their fuel bills. The improvements additionally improve the appearance and security of the home through their ‘Secured by Design’ specification. We will continue to install these types of external doors to all of GCH’s homes where required as part of our commitment to provide our residents with better homes and communities.”