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Matt had worked for many years in the windows/doors/glazing sector and I believe that what led him down the route initially of starting up his own business was his passion for providing an exceptional service that also came with value for money. The sector is rife with untrained and unscrupulous individuals and Matt knew there was always going to be a demand for the opposite of this. At the time I posted our job it is fair to say that we had been victim of a number of cowboy builders and associated trades and had paid a high cost for substandard work that we are still in the process of rectifying! I had ceased work at the point that Matt became involved and this was a restart of the remaining works on my project. I only wish that I had discovered prior to selecting previous trades and being relieved of a small fortune! I posted the job and within an hour had a message of interest from Matt. We spoke on the phone and Matt visited the house the following week, quoted for supply and install and we fixed a date. A breath of fresh air is an understatement, the job was completed without any dramas and the product supplied not only matched the previously installed expensive branded products cosmetically but exceeded them for quality at a lower cost.
Following this job I then asked Matt to quote for refitting a number of doors that were simply poorly installed. Again we experienced the difference between a tradesman and those that we had previously who purported to be tradesmen.
I could not make any higher recommendation and the truth is that on my project which had a value of £400k in total that Matt without any doubt proved to be head and shoulders above every other tradesman that worked on the job. I wish him deserved success in future.

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Homeowner Daryl Pugh

Matthew Andrew
Fen Windows

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