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Martin Lewis issues urgent warning to anyone with double glazing

Martin Lewis has issued a stark warning to UK homeowners sporting double-glazing, following the recent closure of a large company. He took to X, formerly Twitter to share news of the well-known double-glazing firm Everest 2020's descent into administration.

Birmingham Live reported that he tweeted, "Double glazing firm Everest 2020 falls into administration, your rights..."

The Money Saving Expert explained: "Everest, also known as 'Everest 2020', fell into administration on Wednesday 24 April 2024, with business advisory firm ReSolve appointed to oversee the process. ReSolve has been unable to find a buyer for the business as a whole, so the majority of Everest's staff have been made redundant (though certain assets will be sold to rival firm Anglian Home Improvements)."

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Reacting to the news, one follower noted: "By the way - if you are worried about this possibility when a company offers 'X year guarantee' ask them if the guarantee is insured. We recently had our roof redone on a guarantee and it includes 3rd party insurance, in case they go under. Hindsight is 20/20.."

Another disgruntled customer shared their previous experience with the company being judgemental, tweeting: "No surprise. We once called for a quote for a composite door. He googled our address and told us "they're very expensive, you know. I've googled your address, and I just want to check. Are you sure you can afford it?"

"He had basically judged us on our address... (1/),", said a second.

"You'd hope you'd be insulated from any issues here ....," one customer remarked. "I'm assuming they were part of FENSHA so customers old and new

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