The story of Crittall-Hope dates back to 1884 when one Francis Crittall in Braintree, UK manufactured the first Metal Casement Window. In 1918, he introduced a range of Metal Windows and Doors. This new range was a huge success both in UK and throughout the world.
The range became a standard for many housing schemes and buildings. Having successfully exported its products to as many as 20 different countries including Nigeria, Crittall Windows UK decided to set up manufacturing units in some of these countries.
One of such countries was Nigeria, in the form of Crittall-Hope Nigeria Ltd Crittall-Hope Nigeria Limited is a limited liability company established in 1958 to offer a huge range of steel windows and doors Crittall-Hope Nigeria Limited is Nigeria’s foremost manufacturer of Steel products for the building industry, but has since increased its range to include aluminum products.
Crittall-Hope has its factory in Lagos. The company has resources to execute very large and demanding contracts coupled with the ability to meet individual specifications and requirements Crittall-Hope Nigeria Limited has technical arrangements with LIDCO (Australia) Architectural Framing Systems and Installux Limited, Lyon, France In 2008, Crittall-Hope Nigeria Limited realigned its strategy in an attempt to regain its place as the leading manufacturer of steel and aluminum windows & doors and other allied products. In 2017, the company retained earnings was N0.86bn with total assets of N2.7bn. The company undertakes multiple projects per year and has about 70 employees.
To provide building products with its allied & services to the satisfaction of our customers; and give value to all stakeholders.
To become the preferred provider of building products and its allied
The company subsists on the core brand values of relationship, quality service delivery, integrity, and innovation. It is committed to high ethical standards in the pursuit of excellence in all its activities •
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