About Homeland Wales
Homeland Wales was founded by Chris Foote and Lee Nickson who are experienced double glazing specialists. Today Homeland Wales covers the whole of South Wales with their team of expert installers working on properties throughout the region.
More About the Owners
Chris and Lee, friends since their teens, pride themselves on quality workmanship, fair pricing and only the best products. They boast a wealth of almost 35 years of experience between them. With an old fashioned attitude towards the simple, but no less important things such as cleanliness, communication and punctuality, combined with the latest and most innovative technology, you can rest assured that the highest standards will be met in every aspect.
Both passionate about their work, Chris and Lee take a genuine interest in your thoughts and ideas, and enjoy working with the customer to help you achieve the desired upgrade for your home.
Whether you’re looking to just upgrade that old door to turn it into a grand entrance, or completely make over your home, you can trust HomelandWales to take every care in making our business, your home.
An outdoor enthusiast, with a love for surf and travel, Lee has embarked on many challenges. Most recently he raised £700 for the MS society by cycling the NorthCoast500 around northern Scotland, alone and unsupported.
In 2012 Lee attempted to summit Mt Blanc, the highest mountain in Western Europe, only to turn back with a friend suffering altitude sickness with only 500m ascent left to go.
When he’s not in work, he can be found surfing on the Gower, walking his dog Brian, in the Brecon Beacons or mountain biking in the hills of South Wales.
A keen Swansea City fan, Chris is a passionate football man, currently playing up front for Glynneath Town. He’s won many trophies over the years, but most notable is maybe the cup win in 2015 as first team manager.
The only thing Chris is more passionate about in his life, than football, is his children. When Chris isn’t in work, he can be found taking his kids out on motor cross tracks, cheering them on at rugby or taking them to dance.