We feel proud that we have helped to create a safe and stylish home for a young family. We hope we have restored the homeowner’s faith in local tradesmen.
Quinton, Birmingham (PRWEB UK) 21 February 2015
Waterside Windows, a uPVC windows and doors manufacturer and installation specialist from Birmingham, were pleased to feature on a recent episode of ITV’s Bad Builders – Bang To Rights. The programme is fronted by Dominic Littlewood, who strives to confront bad builders and to help homeowners whose houses have been left in a state of disrepair by incompetent tradesmen. The episode was first aired on 10 February 2015.
Bob Sagoo, Managing Director of Waterside Windows, was contacted by the producers of Bad Builders – Bang To Rights, as they were assisting a single parent from Quinton, Birmingham whose home had been left in a dangerous position by a previous builder. The builder had walked out of the job after leaving the house with unsecured brickwork, unfinished roofing, incorrectly installed plumbing and unsafe foundations for the new extension. With a three year old son, the homeowner had made the decision to temporarily move out of her home until it was made safe.
As part of the project, Bob was asked to manufacture and install three uPVC windows throughout the house within a 72 hour period. Even with such a tight timeframe, Bob and his uPVC windows installation team were able to supply and fit the required windows to help to create the ideal home for the homeowner and her son. Bob said:
“We were pleased to be asked to become involved with this exciting and challenging project within our local community. The Waterside Windows team thrive to create a high level of service for all of our customers, and we feel proud that we have helped to create a safe and stylish home for a young family. We hope we have restored the homeowner’s faith in local tradesmen.”
Waterside Windows have been manufacturing and installing A and C rated energy efficient uPVC windows in properties across Birmingham and beyond since 1995. To find out more about their service or their involvement with the Bad Builders – Bang To Rights programme, feel free to visit the Waterside Windows website.