UPVC windows don't just look pretty, they have a high energy rating and for added peace of mind, come with a high security frame with a multi-point locking system. We install 3 different styles of uPVC windows; casement, vertical sliding sash and tilt and turn.
We follow a 3 step process to ensure we find and install the right door for you:
1. Site survey: The first step involves a site survey where we discuss all options available to you. Full measurements are taken in order to provide you with the best quote.
2. Quote: Quotes are FREE of charge and there is no obligation to buy. With no pushy sales tactics, we pride ourselves on giving you the luxury of time to make your decision.
3. Installation: On the day of installation, we take care of everything. We ensure that the site is left as clean as it was when we arrived.
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The UK's most popular window designs in terms of sales and installations is the casement window. These consist of a fixed, glazed frame and a second side hinged frame, or ‘casement’, with a simple opening mechanism to let fresh air into your home.
Quick and easy to fabricate and install, the casement window is one of the most cost effective ways to add A+ double glazing efficiency to your home.
Vertical sliding sash windows
Vertical sliding sash windows are a modern version of the traditional wooden sash windows. Today, most wooden sash windows are well past their sell by date and our uPVC vertical slider windows are the perfect way to stop the draughts, leaks and rattles.
Tilt and Turn
Tilt and turn widows can be opened fully like a side hinged casement window, which ideal for cleaning the outer glass on first floor windows if you’re not comfortable up a ladder. They can also be tilted inwards on a bottom set of hinges for safe, secure nighttime ventilation.
Tilt and turn windows add a clean, modern look to your home. With no glazing bars or mullions to block the view, they bring the maximum amount of light into your home through a given window space.