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David Salisbury Re-branding

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We are delighted to announce that our two sister companies – County Oak and Clifton Joinery – are currently undergoing a re-branding process. In order to consolidate and clarify the relationship between the three companies. "County Oak" is to be re-branded as "David Salisbury Oak” and 'Clifton Joinery' becomes “David Salisbury Commercial”.

Posted under 'Company' by David on Tuesday, 15 March, 2016

Partnership with Grants Blinds

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We are delighted to announce a new partnership with Grants Blinds. Grants are working closely with us on our new Chelsea show site to produce an impressive show case of their products

Posted under 'Company' by David on Tuesday, 1 March, 2016

The Chelsea Gardener

Chelsea Show Orangery

The last three months have been a whirlwind of new projects and changes at David Salisbury. How it has taken so long to announce this exciting project, I can't imagine. Everyone here has been working so hard to make it all happen that we have forgotten how important it is to broadcast the news.............

Posted under 'Company' by David on Friday, 19 February, 2016

New Window Tooling Ordered

It is nearly ten years since we installed our big window line. It was significant investment for us at the time, but has certainly proved its worth over the years with thousands of window and doors produced.

We were probably the first company to introduce a flush closing casement window with modern multi point locking and that core product has seen us through the ups and downs of the market place over all that time.

Posted under 'Company' by David on Saturday, 15 August, 2015

The Growth of Sash Windows

We are seeing spectacular growth of sliding sash windows through our factory this year. We identified this market as an area that we should focus on about 12 months ago and we are now beginning to see the pay off from that.

We are especially suited to this sector as we can offer a mixture of traditional weighted sash windows alongside the modern spring balance alternative alongside casement windows and curved special work.

Posted under 'Company' by David on Sunday, 2 August, 2015