Windows and conservatories specialist SEH BAC opens showcentre at Bypass Nurseries Garden Centre in Capel St Mary

John Savage, managing director of SEH BAC, and Don Waterworth, of the Master Window and Conservator

John Savage, managing director of SEH BAC, and Don Waterworth, of the Master Window and Conservatory Installers Association, at the opening of the company's new showcentre at Bypass Nurseries Garden Centre at Capel St Mary. - Credit: Archant

Windows, doors and conservatories company SEH BAC has officially opened a new showcentre at Bypass Nurseries Garden Centre in Capel St Mary, near Ipswich.

Consumer champion Don Waterworth, a chartered building engineering and the brains behind the Master Window and Conservatory Installers’ Association (MWCIA), who has advised the Channel 5 series Cowboy Builders, performed a ribbon-cutting ceremony to make the opening.

SEH BAC, part of Ipswich-based One Group Construction, is a member of the MWCIA, which aims to raise the bar on standards in the industry.

The company now has 17 showcentres across East Anglia and the South East, including some of the largest of their kind in the UK.

John Savage, managing director of SEH BAC, who was a finalist in the Director of the Year category in this year’s EADT Business Awards, said: “Bypass Nurseries Garden Centre is the perfect location for our latest showcentre.


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“Not only does it mirror our quality brand but it can be seen by thousands of drivers using the nearby A12 daily.” He added: “We were thrilled Don was able to join us for the day and help us mark the official opening.”

Don Waterworth said: “MWCIA mMembership is only offered to those companies who consistently show a high level of consumer care, service and professionalism. SEH BAC fulfils these requirements in abundance. It was a pleasure to be invited to officially open one of their new showcentres.”

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Adrian Gray, group commercial manager at Bypass Nurseries, added: “Our aim is to source and present the very best value for money products to our customers. With SEH BAC joining our ever increasing list of trading partners, we are convinced that their new showcentre on site will continue to deliver on our aims.”

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