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North West Double Glazing, Doors, Conservatories & More

Improving homes in the North West for over 50 years

Improving homes in the North West for over 50 years

We’re local to you

Here at Everest, we’ve been up and running in the North West for over half a century. We cover all of the main areas such as Liverpool, Bolton, Chester, Blackpool and Manchester as well as smaller regions so our consultants are much closer to home than you may think!

Our North West experts are on hand.

With teams of more than 80 practiced installers and 80 home improvement consultants, all dedicated to improving local homes, help is never too far away with our local service here at Everest.

Our current work in the North West area has amounted to 35,000 successful installations in the last two years alone and there are plenty of options to choose from.

We offer double-glazed windows and front doors as well as a wide selection of conservatories, garage doors, driveways, patios and more. 

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Meet the team in the North West

Mario Turner

Mario has been with Everest for over 30 years, since 1984. He sells all the main Everest products, including aluminium, composite, timber and uPVC doors, as well as windows of all kinds, including sash, casement, tilt & turn and many more, as well as secondary glazing. The areas he covers include Macclesfield, Congleton, Holmes Chapel and Knutsford, while outside work he likes to watch Manchester United. His favourite film is Gladiator, and if it's great products at a great price you want, he'll definitely give you his maximus!

Stephen James Ireland

A Middlewich man, Stephen also has numerous satisfied customers in towns such as Alderley Edge, Wilmslow, Knutsford, Lymm and Goostrey. He likes a bit of history and has in-depth knowledge of Cheshire's heritage, which is useful when it comes to knowing what window or door designs look best and are permitted under local regulations. He's been with Everest for over 10 years and his favourite book is The Bible. He can also knock the spots off his opponents when it comes to dominoes, having been a champion at the sport in the past.

Derek Palmer

Driveways or doors, roofline or windows, there are plenty of satisfied customers across Wigton, Carlisle, Cockermouth, Seascale, Whitehaven and his home town of Workington who will testify to Derek's expertise, professionalism and helpful, obliging nature. He's been with Everest for over 25 years and also loves walking, so he knows the area like the back of his hand - what works best and where, local regulations and so forth. He's also got good taste - his favourite film is that 70s classic One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.

John Holdaway

John joined Everest in 2012, and his territory includes Carlisle, plus Lancaster, Barnard Castle, Ulverston and Kendal. He's just as happy talking about windows and doors as roofline, driveways, flat roofs, garage doors, porches and our artificial turf, Greener Grass. For 55 years, he used to wear glasses, but following cataract operations says he now only needs them for reading! His favourite book/film is the Lord of the Rings and he's also a horse racing fan, so if you're looking for tips on the gee-gees as well as home improvements, he could be your man.

Lloyd Kirkham

Lloyd used to be a semi-professional hockey player, which explains why his favourite film in the 1970s comedy Slap Shot, centring around a fading ice hockey team. Since 1980, he's been responsible for all key products in places such as Keswick, Morecambe, Ambleside and Carlisle. Much of his territory covers the Lake District, which the authorities aim to keep as an area of beauty by detailing what's allowed when it comes to home improvements. Fortunately, Lloyd's experience means he knows exactly the right product, materials and approach to suggest, every time.

Peter Jones

If you live in the Lake District, you'll know that there are strict regulations when it comes to home improvements, from the design you choose to the materials permitted through to whether certain improvements are even allowed at all. Fortunately, if you call on Peter, you're off to a great head start. First because he lives in Grasmere himself and second because he's also a qualified chartered surveyor . He handles all of our core products such as windows and doors, but also conservatories and replacement conservatory roofs.

Shane Fisher

Shane's territory is one of the most beautiful in the country, encompassing Windermere, Silverdale, Penrith, Kendal and Appleby. In that part of the world, much of it is national park or conservation areas so there are regulations when it comes to home improvements. Fortunately, Shane knows his stuff and will make sure what you opt for gets approval. Secondary glazing, for example, can be ideal. Shane was a builder before he joined us, so he's excellent on construction advice. He likes watching his kids play football and dance competitions.

James Oakland

James lives in the market town of Darwen in Lancashire, while his customers are from all over the territory, including Burnley, Whitworth, Colne, Southport and Poulton. He looks after all of our products, including bi-fold, entrance, French, stable and patio doors, as well as dual-turn, casement and sash windows. His favourite film is Cool Hand Luke, and it might be that he models himself on its good-looking star Paul Newman, as he says that his motto is like the Martini ad - ‘any time, any place, anywhere'. James has been with Everest since 1997.

Peter Richard Mcewen

Pete lives in Chester, and the area he covers includes a nice mix of rural and urban. His customers could live anywhere from Denbigh or Wallasey through to Denbigh or pretty villages in the Wirral such as Meols. Any and all of our home improvement products are what Pete specialises in, which means he's the right man to talk to about a new conservatory or a replacement roof to make your current one more energy-efficient and pleasant all year round. But if it's windows, doors, secondary glazing or anything else, he's just as good.

Gordon Harris

Growing up next to Maine Road in Manchester means that Gordon has always been a City fan. These days he's to be found all over the Isle of Man, Onchan to Port Erin and Peel, as well as his home town of Ramsey, where he acts as a consultant on all Everest products, including conservatories, windows, driveways, doors, conservatories, roofline, flat roofs and our artificial lawns, Greener Grass. He's been with Everest since 2000, loves Bernard Cornwell and Simon Scarrow novels and also collects seven-inch vinyl singles.

Raymond Duncan

Ray covers all areas of his native Isle of Man, including Douglas, Port Erin, Onchan, Post St Mary, Ramsey, Peel and Castletown, as well as all the beautiful villages and small towns in-between. He specialises in all products, from new conservatories to replacement roofs for existing ones, not to mention garage doors, flat roofs, roofline and, of course, windows and doors. Hailing from such a beautiful part of the world, it's not surprising that his chief hobby is landscape photography, and his work is highly thought-of.

Terence Leech

Terence lives in Onchan, but looks after all villages and towns on the Isle of Man, with plenty of customers in Peel in particular. He used to be a builder, a useful extra string to his bow when it comes to home improvements, as he knows just what will work best and where, whether it's door materials like uPVC, aluminium or timber, or types of window, such as dual turn or tilt & turn. He's also good at advising on roof trim products such as soffits, fascias, gutters and barge boards. When not working he's a keen amateur cook.

 

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Our installations in the North West since 1965