Company celebrates 30 years in business and looks…

Company celebrates 30 years in business and looks forward to more success

A BRADFORD-based company is celebrating 30 years in business.

Northern Trade Windows has been operating across the Bradford district and surrounding areas since it was founded by John Cosgrove in 1994.

The firm specialises in providing double glazing and uPVC windows, as well as doors, conservatories and orangeries.

Elliot Cosgrove, 33, who part-owns the business with his dad, said it was “fantastic” to celebrate three decades of the company.

“The story started with my dad buying a little shop in Wyke – and since then we’ve grown and grown,” he told the Telegraph & Argus.

“I’ve been involved with the firm from an early age – I used to be pushed around the office in my pram! – but I came on board full-time 10 years ago.

“We’ve established ourselves as the number one home improvement specialist in the area.

“Furthermore, we’ve built up the skills and trust needed to help homeowners, from Bradford and beyond, achieve their dream property without any stress or hassle, providing a friendly and professional service.

“We’ve traded through plenty of lows – Covid and recessions – but also many highs, and we’ve got many loyal customers and clients we want to thank.

“It’s been a great 30 years with lots of success – it’s been a really exciting journey for us all.”

Northern Trade Windows’ website states: “Everything – from your initial order to project completion – is handled in-house by our team directly, letting you take confidence in knowing that we’ll keep you fully informed throughout.

“Our experience has helped us simplify the entire home improvement process, alleviating any likely stress and getting your dream project finished quicker so you can spend less time waiting and more time enjoying the finished result.”

Northern Trade Windows employs around 40 members of staff.

“We’re a family business and very close-knit,” Elliot said.

“We boast a level of knowledge and skill few other installers can match. We’ve got quite a few different departments and everyone works very hard day in, day out. It’s a pleasure to be part of such a wonderful business.”

Thinking about the future, Elliot said: “We’re looking forward to many more successful years to come.

“We aim to continue our growth and providing a quality service to all our loyal customers and clients across Yorkshire.”