Purplex client success at GGP Installer awards

Purplex clients enjoyed success at the Glass and Glazing Products (GGP) magazine Installer Awards.

Best Installation – Residential (up to £20,000) was won by Sheffield-based installer Global Windows; Sherborne came out on top for Best Installation – Residential (over £20,000), with P&P Glass highly commended in the same category; and T&K Home Improvements scooped the Best Conservatory or Orangery Installation up to £35,000.

The winners were announced during a well-attended online ceremony and Charissa King, Editor of GGP commented: “Congratulations to all the winners, their hard work and dedication has shown that, despite challenging circumstances, excellence can be attained.

“The standard of entries was extremely high and the exceptional quality of the installations from all the finalists are a real testament to the skill, innovation, and professionalism of the UK’s window, door and conservatory installers.”

Andrew Scott, Purplex’s Managing Director, said: “To have three wins from nine awards, plus one highly commended, is fantastic and I’d like to congratulate all our clients who were winners and finalists for their exceptional installations through what has been a hugely challenging last 12 months.

“The glass and glazing industry’s aspirations must remain high and industry awards are a vital part of that. GGP did a great job with hosting the event online. We’re already looking forward to next year’s event when we will be able to get together to celebrate in person.”

Leading full-service marketing agency Purplex Marketing was founded in 2004 by Andrew Scott, one of Britain’s leading marketing experts. Andrew has acquired, built, and sold several successful businesses in the industry, including manufacturers, distributors, and retail businesses. Since its establishment, Purplex has grown by at least 34% every year and now boasts a large clientele of customers located throughout the UK and Europe.  For more information, visit www.purplexmarketing.com or call 01934 808132.