FGC fitters Mick and Baz arrived at 0754hr ready to begin work. They were polite, helpful and fitted in seamlessly with the existing project team responsible for the restoration of this significant village property. The boys worked without fuss, cheerful with a ‘can do’ attitude taking the time to explain the system as they fitted it. The house belongs to Simon Menzies an old friend from the Army, he and his wife were not present, I am the next door neighbour whose property is affected by the work. In time, I too intend to have the glass curtains fitted at my house.
The bizarre coincidence was that our neighbour across the river is Commodore Ron Warwick of Cunard Line, former Master of the QE2 and QM2. He was recently a guest of the Master of The World, regretfully he missed Mick and Baz who had departed when he walked across to photograph the glass curtains for Claire Menzies who commissioned them. The boys said FGC were fitting on The World at some point in the future, Ron has already been in touch with his contacts on the ship!
Despite the impressive list of clientele, I think it significant that your product has made a significant transformation to a modest but beautiful traditional, residential village property, opposite a 13th century castle in a conservation area. Once the restoration is complete you should have enthusiastic but competent photographer Commodore Ron Warwick photograph Nunney castle from within the conservatory space of Brook House, and vice versa from the castle looking back at the house. Both views will be stunning.
Great product, please pass our collective best wishes to Mick and Baz.