Cloudy 2 Clear Windows

By just repairing the glass pane in your UPVC frames can save you time and money, instead of replacing the entire unit. This makes our service unique.

 

Cloudy2Clear – Trusted Trader Partnership

 

Consumer champions Which? have joined the thousands of customers who recognise that Cloudy2Clear Windows really are a business that you can trust. The company which specialises in repairing windows which are steamed up, broken or damaged by replacing the panes – not the frames has received the coveted ‘Which Trusted Trader’ status after going through a rigorous accreditation process entirely focussed on customer service.

Group Managing Director Marcus McGee believes that Which? have endorsed Cloudy2Clear’s long standing company policy of delivering the highest standards possible at all times. ‘Our service is simple. If your double glazing has misted up we can replace the glass at a fraction of the cost of a new window, in any type of frame, and with a 25 year guarantee. But it’s not just about saving people money, although that obviously helps. Whilst a number of tradespeople perhaps don’t focus on customer care as much as they should do, we make sure we turn up when we say we will, do the job the customer requires and leave their house as clean as a whistle.

Locally Cloudy2Clear service Billericay, Brentwood, Shenfield, Hutton Mount, Ingatestone, Ingrave & Herongate and manager Chris Miller agrees that this approach is a major factor in his success. “The truth is that it’s not just the personal satisfaction that I get from doing a good job but also it makes good business sense. I get a huge amount of business from friends and family of people I’ve done work for, which just goes to show how much a little bit of effort is appreciated as both my customers and, obviously a body as nationally important as Which? recognise.”

So, if your windows are steamed up, broken or damaged give Chris a call for a free quotation on 0800 61 21 118 and he’ll be happy to help!

www.cloudy2clearwindows.co.uk

 

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