Sheerline is celebrating after winning not one, but two coveted awards at this year’s National Fenestration Awards.
First, Sheerline’s Prestige Lift & Slide Patio was named New Product of the Year. This coveted award is particularly rewarding for Design Director Adrian Redshaw and the rest of the R&D team, as it completes the Prestige range for now. The range has already become a firm favourite with Sheerline customers. Competition was fierce within this category, with 10 other products competing.
The Prestige Lift & Slide Patio has also recently achieved Secured by Design accreditation, helped by its in-built security features, which include high security interlocks designed to prevent unwanted intruders from entering the property.
The second award Sheerline picked up recognised the outstanding leadership of CEO Roger Hartshorn, who was chosen as MD/Director of the Year from a total of 17 well-regarded industry figures.
Roger received a lifetime achievement award last year for the positive impact he’s had on the fenestration industry – to be recognised by his peers, fabricators and installers two years in a row is a significant achievement.
It reflects what Roger has shown time and time again; that with the right knowledge and investment in both people and equipment, beautiful products that work well, are technically engineered and innovative will succeed.
Roger said: “We’d like to say a big ‘thank you’ to the team behind the NFAs – it’s been another tremendous success, and it truly is one of the highlights of the fenestration awards calendar. To see Sheerline recognised and celebrated among our peers and friends is fantastic. Of course, it’s also hugely rewarding to call another one of our products award-winning.”
“We deliberately work to ensure our products are the best, not just for homeowners, but for installers and fabricators too. Last year it was a pleasant surprise to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award – it’s not something that happens every day – and being named Director of the Year is another great win for Sheerline and shows we still have more to give,” he added.