In The Community

Finesse Windows prides itself on being a Birmingham based company and this is reflected in our community involvement in Kings Norton and the surrounding areas. From our open-door policy in the showroom and factory to always being on hand to visit customers in person, we are much more than just a faceless company and this is reflected in our interactions with the local community.

How can we help?


Finesse comes together to raise funds for WWF Australian Bush Fire Appeal

Finesse Windows raised nearly £500.00 during January and February for the WWF Australian Bush Fire Appeal. We became “FIT-ness” Windows as our #Squatsquad and #bikebatallion put in the hard work in aid of the appeal.

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Finesse Extends Support to Studley Juniors Under 12's

Finesse Windows are proud to be kit sponsors for Studley Juniors Under 12’s agains for the coming season. We have been a long-term supporter of the team and it is has been a pleasure watching these talented young men grow both as players and people. Good Luck for the season ahead.


Finesse sponsor local grassroots football side

Finesse Windows are proud to be kit sponsors for local junior football club Bournville Warriors FC for the 2019/2020 season. Being part of the local community is always something we have been keen to develop, especially in supporting then engagement of youth in sport. Good Luck for the season ahead.

Finesse supports Motor Neurone Disease Association with fundraising swim & run

Our Managing Director Russell, despite some terrible weather, recently raised a massive £1,385.00 raised for the Motor Neurone Disease Association by swimming Lake Windermere as part of his 40th Birthday celebrations. Fellow Director Ellie, was also out recently raising funds for the charity by taking part in the Wollacombe Beach 10k run.


Harborne Primary School – Summer Fete 2019

Our team were able to help support the Friends of Harborne Primary School at their Fair recently. It was an amazing day and we are proud to be able to support events such as this.

St Lawrence Church Infants School – Summer Fete 2019

We have been able to provide the Main Raffle Prize for St Lawrence Church Infants School in Northfield, who had a unique approach to their Fund Raising (they approached us in Verse!). Despite some inclement weather Michelle, our Design Team manager was pleased to attend and helped raise much needed funds for the school. Here she is with one of the prize winners.


Worthy Cause

In 2015 Finesse started its Worthy Cause campaign, encouraging local residents to nominate and vote for causes in the local community to receive £10,000 worth of windows to be supplied and fitted, completely free of charge.

The overwhelming Worthy Cause winner on the Finesse Facebook page was Rowheath Pavilion in Bournville. As with most community facilities in Bournville, it was built by the Cadbury family back in 1924 and has endured a rather storied history. Having fallen into a state of disrepair, it was rescued in the 1980s and has since gone on to re-establish itself as a local community hub for sporting and entertainment purposes. Upon winning the prize, Finesse worked closely with Rowheath management and the Bournville Village Trust to ensure that the unmistakable character or the area was maintained, while also being brought bang up to date in terms of security and energy efficiency.

In 2016, Finesse decided we wanted to increase our social conscious footprint and have looked at how we can support more than just a single beneficiary – hence why we’ve developed our Schools Support Initiative, whereby for every customer that quotes a participating school name at time of initial enquiry which then goes on to place an order with Finesse we will donate 5% of the total project value to the school to spend however they wish, perhaps on the Arts, Music or Sports.

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