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Further expansion for Clearway Doors and Windows

PUBLISHED: 12:46 15 March 2017

Clearway Doors and Windows

Clearway Doors and Windows

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Local door and window specialists Clearway have expanded their business operations with the acquisition of Designex Cabinets Ltd.

Established in 1983, Clearway Doors and Windows have been installing windows and doors for over thirty years, growing from a small, two-man business to its present size.

As a thriving double glazing company with specialist manufacturing facilities in Cheltenham, Clearway employ more than forty people, including sales, manufacturing, surveying and installation experts.

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Designex Cabinets specialise in bespoke display units for retail outlets, exhibitions, business and private collectors. Clearway’s managing director Jeremy Phillips, who lives in Bredon, said: “Designex have set new standards in showcases with their latest generation of aluminium framed glass showcases.

“Sleek and stylish, incredibly strong and robust, they are ideal for both commercial and domestic situations.

“Made to order by a specialist team of craftsmen, the units are self-supporting and secure. They feature toughened safety glass, with the option of solid, glass or mirrored backs and halogen or LED lighting.”

Clearway Doors & Windows specialise in aluminium products, so Designex integrates perfectly into their operation.

Clearway will offer a standard range of cabinets to customers, as well as providing a bespoke service. There are a choice of woods and finishes, with a wide range of colours available by powder coating the aluminium at manufacturing stage.

“These cabinets are rigid, robust and stylish,” said Jeremy. “Although they are ideal for shop and museum displays, they also look elegant in the home to display porcelain, silverware and other collectables. There is direct integral shelf support and as the cabinets are lockable, high security.”

Clearway Doors and Windows continue to sponsor Bredon Rugby Club, who are currently doing well in Gloucestershire League One, where they compete against Tewkesbury. The company helped with the refurbishment of Bredon’s club house, and has an ongoing agreement for shirt sponsorship. In recent weeks Clearway have also provided the first VX with new kit bags.

Clearway’s showrooms are at Manor Park Business Centre in Cheltenham GL51 9TX.

For further information visit www.clearwaydoorsandwindows.co.uk or call 01242 513322.

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