February 2016 marked the 25th anniversary of Westbury Windows & Joinery (WWJ), the British-based manufacturer of premium timber windows, doors and roof lanterns.
The company has seen steady growth over the last two decades. Having launched a new range of products in 2015, and opened a new showroom in London’s famous Lambeth Walk in 2016, the company continue to go from strength to strength. But success does not come without its challenges.
John Mumford’s appointment as co-director allowed WWJ to re-energise the business and gave new impetus to create ‘best in market’ products. He has helped steer the company towards a new range of products that doesn’t compromise either technically or aesthetically. In fact, he has combined the best technical and energy-saving features of proven continental design but with a traditional British architectural heritage appearance. Additionally, as an environmentally conscious company, building sustainable, eco-friendly products was an added objective.
The company spent two years researching the latest in manufacturing technologies and sustainable materials before designing our latest range, which we believe is the best available today. They find that many of their customers are the discerning type; either architects or developers looking to build a property to a certain standard, or self-builders for whom the long term quality, detail and sustainability of their ‘forever home’ really matters.
To still be going strong after 25 years in the business and producing market leading products, is certainly something to celebrate!