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uPVC Casement Window Installation

uPVC Casement Windows

Casement windows are one of the most common types found in modern properties. They are joined on to the frame by two or multiple hinges and then open outwards. Casement windows can be utilised in a variation of sizes and combinations.

uPVC Tilt and Turn Window Installers

uPVC Tilt & Turn Windows

Tilt and turn windows can be opened fully inwards like a casement window or they can be tilted from the bottom so that the top of the window is angled into the room, giving a smaller opening.

Sliding Sash Window Installers

Sliding Sash Windows

Sliding sash windows are often used on period properties, or to achieve that effect. The sash window panels open by sliding, instaed of opening outwards like other styles.

Dual Turn Double Glazed Windows

Dual Turn Windows

Dual turn windows are an excellent way to maintain the traditional appearance of your home or add a touch of class to modern homes. The way these windows are constructed both sashes can fully rotate.

Aluminium Framed Double Galzing

Aluminium Windows

Aluminium as a material is ideal for window frames. It is a low density metal, so you can achieve very slimline window frames which are sturdy and strong. They are suitable for home or commercial installations.

Misted Double Glazing Repair

Window Repairs

Misted windows occur when the seal that binds the glass together breaking down. To repair misted double glazed windows whole window replacement is not necessary, we can just replace the glass instead!

Full Home Replacement

We are experienced in whole-house window replacement and have completed projects for houses of all sizes.

Commercial Glass Contracts

Commercial glazing supply, installation & repairs including at height & difficult access locations.

Quality Workmanship

Our professional double glazing installers have over 20 years of experience and have a reliable local reputation.

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