1995 - The New Window Company started trading from its first premises in Grantham. Darren was one of its founder members.
2002 - Fensa was introduced and the window industry boomed.
2004 - The business was growing and moved into larger premises in the centre of Grantham on Wharf Road.
2007 - New products were being introduced in the industry, so the company's product range was expanded to include timber
2011 - Further expansion meant a move to the current location, a converted stone barn just outside Caythorpe, near Grantham, where there is ample parking and a large showroom with room to display the increased product ranges which now include bespoke, handmade, wood effect uPVC casements and sash windows.
2017 - The New Window Company is bought by its management and well-known Industry figurehead.
The New Window Company which operates out of historic offices and large showroom facilities in Caythorpe Lincolnshire has been acquired in a management buyout, led by Roy Wakeman OBE, a leading Industry figurehead.
The New Window Company has grown, since being formed in 1995 by Darren and Tracey Elmes, into the leading provider of Windows and Doors in the East Midlands with installations in Lincolnshire, Rutland, Nottinghamshire, and Leicestershire.
The products offered suit contemporary, traditional and historic buildings and all carry extensive warranties and performance certification.
All materials can be specified and the Company is proud to be the appointed Installer and distributor for Timberwindows.com and Evolution uPVC products in the immediate area, and can also offer other leading brands; Roseview, Rehau and Endurance.
Roy Wakeman said, “I am delighted to be able to help this great business continue its remarkable growth and look forward to working with all the staff who have helped gain the Company such a renowned reputation”.
Darren Elmes said,” Both Tracey and I have enjoyed building the business over the past 21 years and are really pleased to see it transfer to Roy and his team, wishing them every success”.