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We’ve been nominated for the 2022 NFA’s!

30 June 2022

Dempsey Dyer is very proud to announce that we have been nominated for ‘Timber Alternative Company of the Year’ and ‘Timber Company of the Year’ in this year’s National Fenestration Awards! The NFA’s are an annual awards ceremony that is held to celebrate the best and brightest of our industry. There are over 30 awards up for grabs and to be nominated for two out of all the fabulous fenestration companies in the country is a huge honour.

Here at Dempsey Dyer, as a timber alternative, we offer uPVC windows and doors and aluminium windows and doors. We also offer uPVC conservatories as well as uPVC components to our orangeries. We also offer timber variants on all of these products.

Over the years, we have been bringing the absolute best service as well as the best products to homeowners and trade customers across the country for over 35 years. We’re proud to manufacture many of our own products, which allow us to ensure a consistency of quality that is hard to beat and hard to find anywhere else. We’re humbled to have our efforts and quality acknowledged through these nominations!

The voting is open to anyone working in the fenestration industry, so if you would like to vote, please go here! Regardless of the outcome, it is a tremendous honour to be nominated at all. You can be sure that we’ll be honouring this recognition by continuing to bring you the best in timber and alternative products!


Installers and other businesses can only work effectively if they have a reliable trade supply service – offering the highest performing products. Luckily, here at Dempsey Dyer we only supply the latest options from market leaders. This guarantees quality, performance and durability – regardless of the product choice.


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