For over twenty years, The Burgess Group have been installing beautiful wood effect windows and doors across Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.
The Burgess Group was established by Edward Burgess, their managing director, in 1996. Operations were very humble in the beginning, as they worked from a very small showroom located in Felixstowe, Suffolk. From those formative years, as their business grew, they moved to Notcutts Garden Centre and then opened more premises in various other locations. Now, The Burgess Group has a team of over 20 people, is an authorised Evolution wood effect windows and doors supplier and continues to grow in success.
Our main line of business is the supplying and installing of high-performance timber constructed and factory-finished wood effect windows and doors throughout Suffolk.
They strongly feel that they would never have the success they have as a business if it weren't for their diligent attention to detail when it comes to the customer service they provide. Without their customers, they wouldn't have a large percentage of the work that they have had over the years. That is what motivates them to do their best to satisfy the needs of their customers fully and aren't happy with a job until they know they are happy.
Notcutts Garden CentreIpswich RoadWoodbridgeSuffolkIP12 4AF
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