Keeping tradition alive

25 April 2017

Everest has been dedicated to making and fitting the best-quality windows, doors and conservatories for more than 50 years and is proud that all of their products are Made in Britain.



Since Everest produced their first aluminium secondary-glazing units in 1965, the people making the products behind the famous household brand have been at the heart of the company’s story.

Such is the relationship between Everest and their staff that many people have worked at the UK factories for decades. Dedicated employees, such as Philip Evans and his sons Chris and Craig, above, are proud to go the extra mile to maintain the high production standards which guarantee that Everest keeps fitting the best-quality windows that are built to last.

The Evans family work at Everest’s factory in Treherbert, in the Rhondda Valley, Wales. Founded in 1974, generations of families have worked here over the past 43 years and tales of their hard work and commitment have been passed down from father to son.

Nurturing such strong ties is essential for the company’s success. It means Everest can keep a close eye on every step involved in producing the highest-quality products on the market, including AA++ rated thermal windows with a lifetime guarantee against fog and condensation within their uPVC sealed units.

This workmanship and attention to detail has put Everest at the forefront of product development, fitting the best products of their kind on the market.

It is this dedication to supporting UK production, first instilled by the founding directors, that lies behind the success Everest has had in improving our homes for more than 50 years, and which continues to enhance the way we live today. So when changing your windows, remember, fit the best, fit Everest.

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For more information about our product range, or a free no- obligation quote, call: 0800 010123 quoting code MR1720 or visit our website: everest.co.uk

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