10 Things You Didn't Know About Bristol Bifold
Okay – so this post is a tiny bit self-indulgent, but honestly how many potential customers are there that have questions when using a company for the first time? If I were a customer, I would want to be completely aware of everything an installer had to offer so...I want you (the blogosphere) to know everything about Bristol Bifold!
There are several obvious points to be made initially – like the fact that we are bifold door specialists (hence the name!) meaning that bifold doors are what we do and we take pride in being bifold geeks. We know all there is to know. Secondly, we have a showroom. Simple, but effective. It's almost essential to see what you are buying and have a play with the doors before they are a part of your home.
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Next thing you may not know about Bristol Bifold is that we are a member of the Double Glazing & Conservatory Quality Assurance Ombudsman Scheme (yes it's a bit of a mouthful...). DGCOS is solely there for the protection of the consumer – essentially an independently backed guarantee for your doors and windows. There are a lot of unclear and confusing associations and logos in the home improvement sector – but very few offer the peace of mind that comes with DGCOS.
DGCOS membership is not given out to just any installer!
There are strict regulations to comply with, and all installers are screened before they are given the accreditation. Basically meaning that if you choose an installer that has been accredited by DGCOS, you can be sure that they are respectable and not just recommended by customers but by an integral part of the industry itself.
Now for a few technical facts, we like to make ourselves stand out. We don't just want to offer the customer the standard service that a million other installers also offer. I think personally, this is another thing you as a potential customer should be looking for in an installer. I think offering 'free extras' as a special deal seems a little disappointing, when really, I would want to be offered that 'free extra' as standard. This is exactly how we operate. We provide a free anti-snap, anti-bump lock cylinder (that you can read more about here) as standard, and we are continually improving our service and looking for new ways to upgrade our doors - giving the customer as much as we possibly can – as standard.
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