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At Cosyseal we believe everybody's work should bring benefit to local communities and wider society. That's why we focus on Social Value throughout our company. We've set ambitious goals and we've committed to being measured and assessed externally by Sonnet Impact, the Carbon Trust and B Corp. For more than three decades, Cosyseal has provided unrivalled double glazing installation & repairs to Housing Association clients across London and the Home Counties.

We specialise in reactive and planned window and door projects for social housing clients throughout the region. Surveyors and residents appreciate the benefits of our services too.
Highlights

read more › Cosyseal provide a complete window maintenance package. Regardless of whether you need regular cleaning and surface restoration works or just need the occasional handle replacing - we can take care of it. Crucially, we can provide these services to both low rise and high rise buildings including blocks of flats. Whatever your requirements, please get in touch, we'd be delighted to see how we can help.

read more › Cosyseal are soon to reach a numeric milestone. We have completed work on almost 50,000 individual properties since our bespoke handheld software was launched in 2015. As Cosyseal crosses numerical landmarks, we enjoy celebrating with the surveyors and customer services teams at our Housing Association clients. The person who places every 1,000th order is given the opportunity to choose where Cosyseal can make a donation on their behalf. Recently, 250 has been donated to NHHG's Internal Charity for our 47,000th property and to Cosyseal's Just Imagine Charity for our 48,000th property completion.

read more › Customer Service Officer, Mason Wilks is not yet 20 but is active in his church and on the football field. Mason regularly gives sermons at church, as pictured in the photo to the right. Mason also leads a youth group at his church, organising meetings once a month. Mason is an indispensable member of his church and has been committed to creating a spiritual, safer and nurturing environment for the younger members of the church. He is valued among his peers and would like to play a more active role in the church in the future.

read more › The annual Golf Day 2019 organised by Cosyseal Director Rajesh Patel and friends was successful in raising over 29,000 for Just Imagine, a charity providing nutrition, education and assistance to HIV positive children. The Golf day has been running for the past 4 years and has grown to be an important and anticipated date in the calendar. The full day of events, organised by Charity Trustees including Cosyseal director Rajesh Patel, includes breakfast, 18 holes, dinner, and a full bar for the price of 85.

read more › If you are a Thornton Heath native or just passing by the area, you are sure to see the planters that Cosyseal father-and-son duo Clive and Khan Broughton have made for the community. Clive and Khan have been home-making planters from their workshop and have sprinkled them across Thornton Heath in an effort to make our town more colourful. As a timber-frame expert, Clive knows a thing a two about wood construction and has teamed up with his son, also a Cosyseal employee to the benefit of all. Clive and Khan have been making planters such as the ones pictured for many months.

read more › Sikkim in the northeast is one of the most impoverished states in India. It is a far cry from the financial metropolis of Mumbai or the rush of Delhi, Sikkim is instead in the Eastern Himalayas on the periphery of civilization. The infrastructure in Sikkim is often underdeveloped or absent. Sikkim is home to India's largest mountain and the natural hilly terrain makes it hard for children to travel to their local school. Cosyseal Customer Service manager and Indian native, Vishal Karia, was on his first holiday after marriage in Sikkim.

read more › Cosyseal employee, Rohan Patel reflects on his time volunteering in an orphanage in Goa, India. I was motivated to go to Goa and help the orphanages because I had seen the impact my cousins made when they went a year earlier. I wanted to have an eye-opening experience but I also wanted to take a step out of my comfort zone. My experience in Goa was rewarding and fun. I volunteered in two different orphanages, where all the children were HIV positive. The children had been rejected by their families and were housed IN Convents by Catholic sisters.

read more › As it was his one-year anniversary of being a Cosyseal employee, we thought to catch up with Apprentice Eddie Moody to ask how he's getting along. I found out about the apprenticeship through my brother, who was already working at Cosyseal. He explained Cosyseal's apprentice programme and asked whether I would like to join and learn on the job. The reason I applied was to become trained in different positions. Cosyseal assured me they would train me from the basics as I knew nothing about windows last year!

read more › Its been great. I started in the warehouse as an apprentice, I seem remember knowing nothing. Most of my time was spent cleaning the yard or stocking the windows, then as I carried on working and leaning, I climbed the ladder, I got more responsibility. I am glad I worked up my way to where I am now and I am so proud of my achievements. I was taught hands-on from the senior engineers at the time. Once I had been promoted from the warehouse, I would assist the engineers on their jobs. From there, you observe and learn until you are able to do the job independently.

read more › As part of London & Quadrant's programme of community engagement, Cosyseal were awarded Contractor of the Year for their involvement in community activities for the South East region of L&Q. Cosyseal organised an open day at a new L&Q development, gave a presentation to students at a local school and contributed towards the regeneration of communal gardens. Cosyseal and L&Q have had a long, successful relationship spanning two decades and dozens of housing projects. Since L&Q merged with Threshold, Cosyseal became their first point of call for windows and repairs.

read more › The unique selling point of Cosyseal is the way we conduct business. We are customer service focused and believe in developing strong working partnerships with our customers. This is reflected in the length of time that we have worked with them; over 15 years in many cases. Commitment to nurturing the relationship with our customers and working with them for the long term, . If you have any dealings with Cosyseal, you can expect to be treated according to these principles. We know our customers want the reassurance of dealing with a company that has had the quality of its work independently accredited.

read more › The Cosyseal Philosophy is simple: we are committed to providing the highest levels of customer service whilst forming long-term partnerships with our customers based on respect and honesty. Cosyseal doesn't believe in the client / supplier relationship that is all too often found in the building maintenance industry. We take time to listen to our customers and encourage communication between both parties. This way we can understand our customers' needs and goals. By investing this time and getting to know our customers, we are able to provide an individual, tailor-made service.

read more › Partnership - we believe in working in partnership with our customers and truly understanding their needs. Commitment - we are committed to our partners and want to work with them for the long term. Investment in our People - our staff are what make Cosyseal special so we invest in their personal development and training. Responsibility - we recognise that we have a responsibility to the community, the environment and to our customers. Health and Safety - we have an obligation to keep our staff, residents and general public safe.

read more › To ensure that we invest in the community in which we operate, we source our materials from locally-based businesses whenever possible. We are also committed to investing in our workforce, both in terms of their training and development but also by taking equality and diversity seriously and ensuring everyone is treated with respect. In this day and age you must consider the environmental impact of your actions and at Cosyseal we're no different. We have adhered to a strict environmental policy for the past ten years and will continue to do so.

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