Move for an Improved Patiomaster

Published: 4th June 2013

Move for an Improved Patiomaster

PatioMaster Midlands, part of the UK’s leading network of patio door manufacturers, has moved into more modern premises, after an increase in demand for their market-leading in-line sliding patio doors.

One of eleven dealers in the PatioMaster network spanning the UK, Patiomaster Midlands has been supplying locally from its Kidderminster branch on Wilden Lane, Stourport-on-Severn, since the PatioMaster brand began thirteen years ago.

After an increase in output of nearly 10% compared to the previous year, PatioMaster Midlands has invested in more equipment – including a Stuga Ecoline to speed up the manufacturing process with its sawing and machining capabilities – to cope with the increase in demand.

The company has also employed four more personnel, who are being trained to specialise in fabrication.

Mark Morton, Operations Manager for Patiomaster Midlands, said: “Following a general increase in orders – no doubt thanks to the trend of ‘improving, not moving’ – we felt it was time to expand our capabilities, so that we can continue to offer our customers the same high quality and service that they have come to rely on.

“It’s been great to take advantage of our increased demand by reinvesting back into the company, and especially into the training of new personnel.

“In training up our next generation of skilled fabricators, we should be able to continue to deliver our highly personalised and reliable local service, with the back-up of being part of a trusted national name.

“And judging by the number of leads that came out of our recent appearance at the FIT Show, we’ll be glad of this investment in the coming months!”

The PatioMaster range offers fabricators and installers a complete proven package of design choice, advanced security features and energy efficiency accreditations. The range of patio doors is easy to install and operate, all supported by a network of 11 regional manufacturers offering national coverage.

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