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Scotland Double Glazing, Doors, Conservatories & More

Improving homes in Scotland for over 50 years

We’re local to you

Everest has been improving homes in Scotland for over 50 years. Our local consultants and installers already cover lots of places throughout mainland Scotland and the surrounding islands, including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Lewis and the Isle of Skye.

Here at Everest we feel your home deserves to be the best it can be. That’s why we offer fantastic home improvement services to give you a helping hand, with local installers and home improvement consultants.

For our Scottish customers, you’ll be pleased to know that we have a great number of experts in the local areas. In total there are more than 60 home improvement consultants and 40 installers working specifically in Scotland, boasting many years experience in the industry, and local to the areas they serve.

This means you get the best possible finish on the job at hand. Whether that’s adding our double glazed A+ rated double glazed windows to your property for better efficiency or investing in a new conservatory to expand the functionality of your home without changing its traditional aesthetics, our local experts are professionally trained to give you perfect results each and every time.

Over the past two years alone, our team in Scotland has completed more than 45,000 successful installations. With their friendly, familiar attitude and prompt service, we’re sure you’ll be pleased with the service you get and can even book evening or weekend appointments suit your schedule.

From Aberdeen on the north coast to Dumfries and Galloway towards the southern border, our expert team works tirelessly across the length and breadth of the country to give you everything you need.

So, get in touch today to get one of our consultants in Scotland to visit your home for a no-obligation appointment that highlights all the ways in which Everest can help you.

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Meet the team in Scotland

Nathan Dessimone

A father of three, including twins, Nathan covers Dumfries, Castle Douglas, Troon, Newton Mearns, Lanark and Biggar, as well as the areas in-between, specialising in all Everest products, including conservatories. He’s been with Everest for around 12 years. A man of action, his favourite film is Goodfellas, and his preferred author is Andy McNab, while music-wise it’s Supersonic all the way. Outside work and time with his kids, he likes nothing better than a round of golf or watching his beloved Leeds FC.

Andrew Williamson

Another of our long-standing consultants, Andy joined Everest in 1985 and specialises in our core products such as windows, doors, roof trim and flat roofs. He has many customers in Dunfermline, Dalgety Bay, Cupar, St Andrews and Anstruther. Outside of work he follows Dunfermline Athletic and plays golf. That’s much more relaxing than what he once did, which was cycle racing at the Highland Games around Scotland and 140 miles around Fife for an Everest-sponsored charity. His favourite film is The Shawshank Redemption.

David Johnson

One of the most beautiful areas in all Britain, David’s territory is also one of the largest. From his home in Fort William, he meets customers as far afield as Roybridge in Inverness-shire, Strontian, Mallaig and the Isle of Skye. All our products are popular in these districts, with Everest double and triple glazing going down particularly well, while many rural properties opt for our composite stable doors. Outside work, David enjoys going to live music. He’s now been with Everest for getting on for ten years and we hope he stays for many more.

Aaron Smith

Hailing from the village of Golspie up in Sutherland, Aaron has been with us for a few years but he already has many satisfied customers in places as varied as Ullapool, Conon Bridge, Evanton, Domoch and the Western Isles. Here, he sells anything and everything from traditional doors and windows to all contemporary options – all guaranteed to keep out the Highland weather. He also notes that if you’re travelling the length of the UK from North to South, then you must pass through his village. So why not drop in and ask him for a quote?

Michael James Ryan

Michael has been with us for over 10 years. His easy-going but professional approach means he’s popular with customers, selling windows, doors and all of our core products like roofline, flat roofs and driveways across Montrose, St Andrews, Dundee, Arbroath, Carnoustie and surrounding areas. A keen reader and a good listener, Michael’s favourite film is Blade Runner. However, he’s obviously hoping there’s a brighter future for all of us than portrayed in that dystopian movie – he’s also involved in local politics.

Pamela Barbara Wright

From her home in Dunoon, Pamela covers Glasgow and all of the beautiful Argyll coast, including towns and villages such as Tighnabruaich, Colintraive, Sandbank and Greenock. She’s been with Everest since 2014, and is just the person to talk to about all of our core home improvement products, including roof trim (new guttering, fascias and so on), driveways, flat roofs and entrance, bi-fold, patio and stable doors, as well as casement, sash, tilt & turn and dual turn windows, as well as secondary glazing.

Raymond McKenzie

Raymond covers what’s the largest of our regions in the UK, venturing from his home in Fortrose to places as far afield as Inverness, Elgin, Forres and Lossiemouth. A real Everest long-server, he’s been with us since 1988, specialising in all of our main lines, including bi-fold, patio, French, stable and entrance doors, as well as casement, tilt & turn and sash windows. Definitely a man of action, his favourite film is Die Hard, and he also used to be in the forces – during his time there he took part in the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh.

 

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