AD 2000 WINDOWS LIMITED
Founded in 1997, All of Trade Glaze's (trading name of AD 2000 Windows Limited) services are a high-quality double-glazing business. From energy-efficient double-glazing for windows to bespoke services for those who want to build conservatories and need doors fitted, they've got it covered. Giving their customers peace of mind is a priority. 94% of their customers rate them as very good or excellent according to their 17-year Consumer Feedback Survey (Over 3000 installations). They're a returning Crowd2Fund client with a flawless repayment history.
To be Kent's no. 1 family-run home improvement company.
We provide a variety of options with each product and guarantee that windows will not discolour, warp, or crack for up to ten years due to the cutting-edge materials used in production. Our doors range from modern bi-fold doors to sleek patio doors, each made to fit any home, and our conservatories are designed to meet every need and fit within our customers' budgets. Furthermore, we provide a 10-year guarantee on all UPVC windows and doors.
Our company is BFRC rated, which is an award given by the British Fenestration Rating Council for having 'Energy Efficient windows. We have an A+ rating on the energy scale, which goes from A to E. This means we have the highest rating for blocking wind and rain while still allowing natural "free" energy - the warmth of the sun - to heat your home. Our customers could save energy and money by switching to Energy Efficient Windows, while also lowering their carbon footprint. We are proud of our accomplishments and our contribution to a greener planet.
The director is providing a personal guarantee, this means that if the business fails, the director becomes personally liable for the loan. The director is not a homeowner. There have been no CCJs against the business or director. The bank statements demonstrate reasonable affordability and the accounts remain well in credit.
The business advised that although the market has increased prices due to the cost of raw materials, the business manages their supply on a set period based on agreed costs. As the majority of lending to the business is at a fixed rate, they will not be immediately affected by interest rate increases. The director does not expect to draw money from the business as all capital is vital for the growth of the business.
Where will the funds go?
"To be Kent's no. 1 family-run home improvement company."