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Warwickshire Double Glazing, Doors, Conservatories & More

Improving homes in Warwickshire for over 50 years

Improving homes in Warwickshire for over 50 years

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With so many products to choose from, you’re certain to find something to suit your existing house and may even be able to add value to your home by making these improvements.

Our Warwickshire experts are on hand.

Regardless of whether you’re a new or existing customer, you’ll have access to our local team of over 100 expert home improvement consultants and more than 60 skilled installers who work in and around Warwickshire.

With over 50 years of experience to our name and an impressive total of 35,000 installations completed in the last two years alone, we have all the ingredients needed to create a variety of magnificent home improvements.

From orangeries and conservatories to double-glazed windows and front doors and more, here at Everest we offer an extensive local home improvement service.

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Meet the team in Warwickshire

Pawan Verma

Hailing from Smethwick, Parvan's customers tend to be in or around Birmingham, as well as Coventry, Bromsgrove and Redditch. He's very good on all of the technical aspects of Everest products, but can also explain what makes our windows and doors so special, from the materials and technology we use to the security and environmental standards we meet. If you're in the market for a brand new conservatory or simply a replacement roof, some roof trim or an alarm system, or just about anything in fact, Pawan can help.

David Green

David's favourite song is Jessica by the Allman Brothers, aka the Top Gear theme, and he also says that he loves to travel. So it's just as well that he's a driving fan, as he clocks up many miles meeting customers as far afield as Lutterworth, Leicester, Crick, Counteshorpe and Towcester, as well as his home village of Ashby Parva. He has a great sense of humour, but is also serious about what makes Everest products so special, specialising in all of our core products, including doors and windows, as well as roofline and flat roofs.

Jeremy Heaton Ross

A TV star (well, he's appeared on the small screen twice anyway), Jeremy's favourite film is the 70s classic One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest. He's now been with Everest for over 10 years, and is adept at explaining the advantages of all our products, including double glazing, triple glazing, entrance doors, roof trim, garage doors, security alarm systems and driveways. He lives in Didbury, Manchester, while his customers are from towns such as Market Harborough, Leamington Spa, Oadby and Warwick.

Neil Andrew Stansfield

Neil has been with Everest since 2014. In a previous life he claims to have been responsible for launching Pot Noodles to the World. We're not sure whether he means in terms of inventing, marketing or just throwing them a long way, but Neil is clearly a man of talent. His region is one of the few in the UK that exports more than it imports - not a lot of people know that, but if you live in Wellingborough, Towcester, Oakham, Rushden or Northampton and need any of our home improvements, it's certainly worth getting to know Neil.

Stuart David Clark

Stuart has lived in the East Midlands area for well over 50 years, and as a home owner himself, understands just what's best for any property, as well as how the housing market has changed and home improvements have advanced over the decades. That includes doors, windows, conservatories and all other Everest products. He currently lives in Ashby de la Zouch, but also covers Kenilworth, Coventry, Leamington Spa and Rugby. Outside of work he loves Tom Hanks films and is also a qualified ECB cricket coach.

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