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Clearview Shortlisted for GGP Installer Awards


Back in December, Clearview Home Improvements was officially shortlisted in two categories for this year’s GGP Installer Awards. First launched in 2019, the awards were created to celebrate the work of the UK’s best window, door and conservatory installation companies.

Clearview’s impressive work over the past 12 months has seen it recognised in two of the awards most prestigious categories.

Details of the specific nominations are below:

Best Conservatory or Orangery Installation – Over £35,000

Clearview earned a nomination in this category for its work on an ambitious £114,000 orangery and extension project in Alderley Edge, Cheshire. Residing in one of the most affluent areas in the north of England, the homeowners were looking for a genuine ‘wow factor’ with the orangery and garage link, creating a truly interesting aesthetic on their front elevation, without spoiling the character of the house.

Unlike other homes in the surrounding area, the property actually forms part of the greenbelt, which meant Clearview’s planning had to be particularly meticulous. Planning permission proved something of a challenge, at the entire project was at the mercy of a Conservation Officer who had oversight of the design throughout the entire planning process.

Ultimately, the customers where delighted with the finished design, commenting: “Given the issues we’d had initially working with another architect, it was a breath of fresh air to work alongside Clearview in completing our project. Their knowledge and design expertise proved crucial in satisfying the Conservation Officer and ultimately getting the development off the ground.”

 

Best Installation – Residential: Over £20,000

Clearview earned its second nomination for a £80,000 window and door project on a property in No Mans Heath, Malpas. A grandiose, manor-house aesthetic made this home truly unique, and the Clearview team were tasked with a full window replacement that wouldn’t ruin the feel of the existing architecture. The project in total consisted of 104 individual window replacements, making it one of the largest residential jobs that Clearview completed over the past 12 months.

The sentimental value that the customer has for her home meant that, throughout the planning stage, Clearview had to be as transparent as possible with its design ideas. As a result, a member of the sales team used state-of-the-art 3D design software to digitally recreate the property from scratch, and then add in the new windows and doors as they would appear once completed. Whilst proving hugely time consuming – the windows had to be added in one at a time – it was crucial in displaying to the customer how the project would look in its final form.


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