R&D Goatley has been successfully trading in Portslade and across Sussex and the surrounding area for over 40 years. This family run Evolution wood effect windows and doors specialists have predominantly built their business on customers recommending their excellent service.
In 1972, a father and son team by the name of Russell and Dennis Goatley began their glazing business in the high street of Shoreham by Sea. At this time, their core trade included aluminium systems and hardwood frames. Impressive to note is that some of these products still feature in Sussex today which is a testimony to their craftsmanship.
By the end of the 1970s, uPVC products emerged and the business successfully adapted through a commitment to offering excellent customer service and quality products installed by a highly-skilled carpentry team. Thus, ensuring customers always received outstanding value. The family business underwent a personnel shake-up in the 90s as grandfather Dennis saw his legacy was in safe hands and retired. Around the same time, his grandchildren, Simon, Jason, and Jordan entered the business and adopted the business philosophy for ensuring peak standards.
From 2004, the business up-sized and relocated to Portslade so they could feature their growing product range as well as offer customers adequate parking facilities, and are now approved installers of Evolution wood effect windows and doors in East Sussex.
Unit 3 William Street Trading EstateWilliam StreetPortsladeEast SussexBN41 1PZ
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