Published On: Mon, Jun 7th, 2021

Phil O’Malley, Operations Director of Clearview Home Improvements

A North West home improvement specialist has strengthened its senior leadership team as part of ambitious plans to grow 50% by 2024.

Clearview Home Improvements, which is part of the Conservatory Outlet Group, has appointed Phil O’Malley as Operations Director responsible for driving expansion and enhancing the company’s already exceptional levels of customer service.

He will use more than 20 years of experience in the industry to recruit, retain and manage the existing team of project managers, surveyors and other professionals crucial to the firm’s day-to-day activities across its three showrooms in Nantwich, Preston and Warrington.

Phil joins the team at an exciting time, with the company achieving record-breaking sales levels of over £15m from June to December last year and securing the Conservatory or Orangery Installation (over £35K) title at the Glass & Glazing Products Installer Awards.

“Clearview has forged a hugely impressive reputation over the past decade as one of the leading home improvement providers across the North West. To be given the opportunity to help guide the business to even loftier heights is incredibly exciting,” explained Phil.

Greg Kane, CEO at Conservatory Outlet Group, added his support: “To bring in someone of Phil’s calibre, with a proven track record of success within our industry, is only going to strengthen Clearview’s position going forward. 

“We’ve set ourselves some really ambitious growth targets over the next few years to grow by 50% and we’re all delighted to have him on board. It’s shaping up to be a really exciting year for the business.”

Phil’s appointment to the Clearview senior leadership team follows the appointment of Phil Brown as Managing Director in December 2020. 

The latter has built a formidable reputation within the industry as Co-Founder and Director of Audas Group (AGL), where he turned a £1,000 start-up investment into a hugely successful £30m organisation in just 10 years.