‘Very impressed’

We currently have two installation teams on site installing a triple module of our Outdoor Living Pod complete with integrated screens and lighting to cover a large terrace and hot tub at a property in Glasgow ready for an Easter party. They’re just over half way through the build of this 600 square foot structure and the client took the time to drop us the below email to let us know how everything was going:

“All going well. Very impressed. It's certainly shaping up to be fantastic. Lads have been brilliant and a credit to your family business.”

It’s always great to get positive feedback, that doesn’t just compliment the product we’ve specified but also our installation teams, who are the final piece in the jigsaw puzzle transforming outdoor/indoor spaces into fantastic places. One of the big differences that set’s us apart from all other exterior shading suppliers is that all our installers are fully employed by us and all they do day in day out is install our exterior solar shading solutions, so they have an unsurpassed knowledge about the products they are installing, they’re not your typical ‘home improvement’ installers that install everything from garage doors to soffit and fascia boards and they are not in a rush to do as many jobs in a day as they can (like sub contract installers who most companies in this industry use and get paid by each job) as they are all salary employed and allocated ample time to carry out every installation correctly and to the highest quality standards with all those finishing touches and the attention to detail that you expect when selecting the very finest exterior solar shading systems under the sun.

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