A Shropshire-based installer is set to motor into another successful year of partnership with door supplier Hurst Plastics with a brand new 2,500 square foot showroom and a fleet of liveried Minis. Heritage Glass has invested £75,000 in upgrading its showroom in Shrewsbury and has equipped it with a wide selection of windows, doors, conservatory roofs and more than 30 composite doors and door panels from Hurst Plastics. Ahead of its 18th birthday celebrations next year, the family-run firm has also taken delivery of the first two Mini Clubman cars to join its fleet of corporate vehicles. The British racing green Minis feature eye-catching Heritage and Hurst Plastics branding and will be packed with ‘mini’ samples of PVC-u and aluminium windows and Hurst doors to demonstrate to customers in their homes. Tony Randall, Director at Heritage, said: “We have a long pedigree and are well known in and around Shrewsbury so these new Minis will be a great asset for our business. The cars are great fun and instantly recognisable and the team can’t wait to get out on the road in them. After overhauling our showroom and adding the most extensive collection of composite doors and door panels in the region, they will really help us to speed into our 18th year!” Mark Atkinson, Sales Director at Hurst Plastics, added: “This year has been a terrific year for Heritage and their business is going from strength to strength. As an established partner of Heritage, we were delighted to support them as they made this investment into the future of their business. The new showroom and vehicles look absolutely fantastic and they will really add to Heritage’s strong, professional image.” Heritage switched to Hurst as [...]