In 1976 school-leaver Ian Clancy learned his trade at a local double-glazing company before making the leap two years later of going it alone.
A young enthusiastic worker Ian was described as ‘always first on site and last on site’. It wasn’t long before the hard-working Ian bought his first and current premises on Manchester Road in Deepcar, and set up his own window company Deepcar.
These premises are now home to a brand new showroom showing off the latest range of products from tiled roof system conservatories to composite doors.
Early success was to follow when in 1983 Ian was named winner of Yorkshire Televisions ‘Young Enterprise – Businessman of the year’
Ian still has the very first door made by Deepcar back in 1978. Still in perfect working- order, the door sits proudly at the back of the showroom, illustrating Deepcar’s pride in their humble beginnings.
Ian beams “Our aim is the same today as it was back then – we will provide the best products and best customer service.”
He continues “ In today’s busy world we pride ourselves in looking after you the customer and will offer the same level of service whether you are having a new conservatory or a lock fixed on your window.
Ian’s two young sons Tom and Joe, who show the same hard-working and conscientious qualities to their father are now helping the successful window company build on the 36 years of trading.
After nearly four decades of providing unparalleled products and service, Deepcar invite you to view the latest in home improvements at their new showroom.
If its experience, quality and reliability you are looking for look no further than Deepcar.
We have recently had some work done by Deepcar Home Improvements.
I would like to say what a pleasure it was with Ian and his staff. It was refreshing to find that the customer comes first, nothing was too much trouble, very professional in their attitude and courtesy obviously a priority with competitive prices. I think we should support local companies in these difficult times.
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