FIT Show - Gowercroft Joinery Stand J68

Gowercroft Joinery, the timber window and door manufacturer, will start rolling out phase 2 of its dealer partnership scheme at the show.

Since launching the scheme in 2022, Gowercroft has signed up ten new dealers and is now looking to appoint a further ten companies.

Peter Buckley (pictured left with Rick Wallis from Southfield Windows), the firm’s partnerships manager, says: "We are looking to offer one partner per geographic region the exclusive rights to supply our full range of timber window and doors, backed by the benefits of our CRM, quoting systems, product training plus technical resources and support.

“So far, the programme has delivered amazing results with some of our new partners adding as much as £500,000 to their turnover. Our quoting software allows distributors to price customer projects remotely and guarantees a specific product margin to suit their business."


Southfield Windows

Recent success stories include Southfield Windows, a family run supplier of PVC-U and aluminium windows, which is now Gowercroft partner for the south-west of England.

 Rick Wallis from Southfield Windows says: "Linking up with Gowercroft has been an excellent business decision that has enabled us to extend our product range and reach new customers.  The addition of high-end timber windows and doors to our portfolio of products has added significant value to our business and opens up new margin opportunities."



Gowercroft's core timber products include the Classic range which is ideal for general residential and renovation projects; the Heritage range, which was developed for the listed property and building conservation market; and the Frontier range, which is aimed at the ultra-high-performance homes market.

Appointments with the partnership team will be available on Stand J68, where examples of the Gowercroft range will be on display.


Picture: Peter Buckley on the left with Rick Wallis from Southfield Windows.


Article written by Cathryn Ellis
01st May 2023


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