Westbury Garden Rooms – The Real McCoy

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Why you shouldn't settle for less than a Westbury Garden Room

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery but in reality this is not always the case. At Westbury Garden Rooms, we have been designing and building bespoke timber glazed garden buildings for over 25 years, and as such, we have earned an impressive reputation for outstanding design, superior quality of build and ease of maintenance.

However, we have recently been made aware that similarly a named company is providing services and products resembling our own but which fall well short of our high standards.

We take pride in the quality of our workmanship; all our projects are architecturally driven and we ensure that they are the best they can be in terms of style, ergonomics and build quality. We want the best for our customers, and take every possible step we can to ensure that their glazed extension is even better than they could have wished for. Our Managing Director Jonathan Hey pays close attention to every project and will often be found visiting sites across the country to check on progress or to sign-off a finished building – that’s the commitment we make to our projects.

As such, we want to make sure that when you seek a Westbury Garden Room, that’s what you get – the ‘real McCoy’. Here are some tips to make sure that you’re purchasing from us, and not from a cheap imitation:

Check for concrete details
One of the easiest ways to spot a fake company is if you can’t see any evidence that they exist in reality. We have a physical, concrete location which you can visit, a landline which enables you to speak to a representative based in our office, and a registered company number – all of these are displayed on our website and can be verified with additional Internet searches or phone calls. Less than legitimate companies will be lacking one or all of these.

See what others say
Reviews online can be a good barometer for how good or bad a company is. It might bring up instances how to order hydrocodone online legally where customers have had bad experiences, or even warn against using a certain company altogether. Whilst these reviews are not factual, it can act as a useful indicator when you aren’t sure about the legitimacy of a company. We have customer testimonials and case studies on our website, and can verify these on request.

Use Your Gut Instinct
If the company you’re looking at online lacks in either of these first two departments, this is the point at which gut instinct should kick in. These are basic ways in which a company can and should show they are legitimate – if they are falling at this first hurdle then it should be a worry. If you have any suspicions or you are uncomfortable with what you’ve seen online, and haven’t done so already, either call them up or visit them to verify their validity. Or, before you walk away, there are other official official routes of verification you can use to double check your suspicions, such as…

Verify the Company through Official Records
For registered companies you can find their details on Companies House (UK only). This matches up the website’s company name and registered address with their records to give you their official registered number. Helpfully, Companies House operates a free Web Check service so you can easily check lots of information about a registered company, including when it was formed.

Trading Standards
Finally, you can check if a company has already had complaints recorded against it by contacting Trading Standards or Advice Guide. These resources should be able to tell you whether a company has official complaints lodged against them – a sure sign to steer clear.

We believe everyone should receive the best service possible from any service provider they engage with, and we strive to achieve both great customer service and fantastic glazed extensions which enhance homes and stand the test of time. Your home is your sanctuary and is therefore precious – don’t settle for any company that is second best to Westbury Garden Rooms.