The new website is just the first step toward putting WindowGeeks in front of anyone with a steamed-up window, broken handle or suspect lock.
Warrington, Cheshire (PRWEB UK) 21 February 2014
WindowGeeks, the national window, door and conservatory repair specialists, has just launched its new website. Its message is clear: fixing or replacing broken parts can solve most of the problems associated with window and doors. And that spending thousands on new double glazing, when often a low-cost repair is all that's needed, is both a financial and environmental waste. But, admits managing director Jeff Smith, it's a message that too few of us have heard.
“The window industry is huge,” he says. “But our side of the industry – the one that mends, makes good and saves money – is much lesser known.
“We're determined to change that. The new website is just the first step toward putting WindowGeeks in front of anyone with a steamed-up window, broken handle or suspect lock. And not just homeowners either. We're calling out to schools, hoteliers, care homes and councils – anyone with windows and doors in need of repair.”
Smith, a glazing veteran with almost four decades' industry experience, set up WindowGeeks to challenge the sector's status quo. “Double glazing firms only want to sell new windows and doors,” he says. “They're just not interested in the smaller jobs, or see no point in repairing when there's so much profit to be made by replacing everything.”
In a 60-second video, filmed especially for the website, the company shows how simple it is for its local service engineers to fix a double glazing unit. WindowGeeks even offers a free home health check to assess any hidden problems with customers' existing windows and doors.
Visit the new website and watch the video right now at http://www.windowgeeks.co.uk.