Mercury Launches New Website

by | Aug 2, 2021 | Internet

Specialist fabricator, Mercury Glazing Ltd has just launched its new website, www.mercuryglazing.co.uk.  The new improved site has been designed to showcase their comprehensive range of durable PVC-U and aluminium window and doors, suitable for both commercial and residential properties.

Visitors can view the scale and depth of Mercury’s product range by viewing the website’s comprehensive video content demonstrating the key benefits of their products. Steve Cross, co-founder and Director at Gloucester-based Mercury, said: “We’ve invested in developing a website that delivers what our customers need. It is both modern and comprehensive and our trade customers can easily obtain the information they require. The easy to navigate site utilises high-quality imagery throughout to capture the quality of our niche product range along with a dedicated literature download area to add further value.”  Steve continues: “We know our customers are busy people and we want to do everything we can to help them.  Our new download area is much more user-friendly, so our customers will be able to find information quickly.”

The site was developed by Mercury’s strategic marketing partner, Team 4 Marketing Ltd, with a clear objective to deliver a fully responsive bespoke, contemporary website, optimised to all mobile and tablet devices with high-quality company branding throughout. Steve said: “We had a clear objective on how we needed the site to look and operate and the team at Team 4 Marketing worked proactively with us to deliver at every level.”

Mercury Glazing works with leading industry names such as Smart, Jacks Aluminium, Spectus and Cortizo. The new website comes on the back of several largescale investments as part of their continued growth strategy.  Steve said: “Since 2020, we have doubled our turnover and remain well on track to continue to meet our growth strategy over the next four-years. We recently opened a second manufacturing plant in Gloucester, have made a considerable six-figure investment in automation machinery from Haffner and recruited several high-level appointments to our talented internal team.”

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