Dale Joinery announces relocation

Dale Joinery announces relocation

Dale Joinery has announced it has moved into not one but two new homes as part of its continued expansion and investment plans.

In addition to relocating to new head offices at Shrivenham Hundred Business Park near Swindon, which has seen it more than triple its office and meeting space, the timber window and door specialist has also opened a completely revamped show home at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC), just off JCT 16 of the M4.

The new Dale Joinery show home, at the heart of the NSBRC, is filled with fully working examples of the Dale Joinery range from entrance doors, bi-folds, patio and French doors through to its sash, casement, stormproof and tilt and turn windows. It also has a meeting space where customers can discuss options and plans for their own projects.

This expansion follows the recent appointment of a growing sales team who are working closely with Dale’s network of nationwide Builders’ Merchants.

Dale Joinery MD, Jay Pengelly said the development is a reflection of the growing popularity of its range of made to measure timber windows and doors, which has resulted in the team expanding to meet increased demand for its products.

He said: “We have had a presence at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre for a number of years now but this is a major refurbishment and expansion which is now home to our complete product range providing the opportunity to really get to grips with our products, being able to see and feel the quality of them in action first hand – which is a real differentiator.

“We had also outgrown our head offices and the opportunity to move into a significantly larger UK base will enable us to plan for the next phase in the development of Dale Joinery as a leading name in the UK timber window and door market, following on the heels of the growth in the UK sales and technical team.”

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