The accreditation follows £130,000 internal investment from the Donaldson family, the owners of the business, which is contributing to a recruitment drive that will see the team based at the headquarters in Scunthorpe increase to 25 strong, with further job opportunities over the upcoming months.
The growth and expansion will see
Alongside this, the firm is set to introduce a new product to the market, an innovative aluminium system named Warmcore – a quality system from Synseal that offers windows, bi-folding doors, residential doors and sliding patio suite.
Neil Donaldson, managing director at
“The BSI Kitemark accreditation has increased the number of orders we are receiving threefold, and has thus meant that we are expanding our team, crucial in light of the growing demand from regional and national clientele.”
Dedicated to exceeding client expectations by providing a quality-driven, professional service, the team at
Neil continues, “Since our establishment in 2012 the business has grown year-on-year, and we now have an increasing number of associate traders, installers and blue-chip clients nationally.
“The Warmcore product has been extremely well received in its trials and we are extremely excited to launch the new product, which signifies a new business venture for Highseal.
“The new aluminium range will also be available in our sister brand, the Cre8a Pod, which are stylish and modern accommodation units, business premises and garden rooms.”
It offers a comprehensive range of PVC-u, aluminium and timber windows, doors, conservatories, modular external buildings, roofing structures and other home improvement products to the trade and domestic markets are available.