Ipswich-based SEH BAC receives four nods in the 2017 G Awards

John Savage, managing director of SEH BAC.
Photo: Andrew Briggs

John Savage, managing director of SEH BAC. Photo: Andrew Briggs - Credit: Archant

Windows, doors and conservatories specialist SEH BAC has been shortlisted in four separate categories of the glazing industry’s G Awards for 2017.

SEH BAC, which has 16 show centres across the East and South-East and is part of Ipswich-based One Group Construction, was named South-East Company of the Year by the Master Window and Conservatory Installers Association (MWCIA) earlier this year.

It is now in the running for the Customer Care Initiative of the Year, Retail Promotional Campaign of the Year, Conservatory Installer of the Year and Installer of the Year titles at the G Awards, with the winners due to be announced at a ceremony in London on November 17.

John Savage, managing director of SEH BAC, said: “The G Awards are the most sought-after awards in our industry and to become a finalist in one category is a real feat, so to be shortlisted in four of its top awards is an incredible achievement and we couldn’t be prouder.

“For 45 years, our aim has been to combine exceptional service with the finest quality home improvements, helping homeowners achieve the house of their dreams. It’s great to see our hard work and the dedication of our team recognised in this incredible way.”


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He added: “When you consider the thousands of installers across the country, it’s a real honour to be named a finalist in both installer categories. This year has been amazing as we’ve celebrated 45 years of trading across the South-East. We’ve helped to transform a beloved theatre in Clacton, we’ve added some exciting new additions to our product range to give homeowners even more choice and just recently, we opened our brand-new Centre of Excellence in Colchester, offering homeowners a better way to explore and learn more about home improvements.”

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