What We Do
Our company is constantly sourcing the latest products and glazing systems to ensure that we offer home owners and trade customers the very best options whether UPVC or aluminium.
We use Linear for our UPVC products, including standard casement windows, flush casement windows, tilt and turn windows, vertical sliding sash windows, French doors, single doors, sliding doors and bi folding doors, sky pods, conservatories and glass roofs. UPVC is available in white, light oak, rosewood, ash white (wood effect) black ash (wood effect) anthracite grey (wood effect). Any RAL colour available upon request.
We use Smart Systems for our aluminium products such as standard casement windows, flush casement horizontal sliding windows, tilt and turn windows, vertical sliding sash windows, French doors, single doors, sliding doors and bi folding (folding and stacking) doors, sky pods, conservatories and roofs. Aluminium provides slimmer lines and can be used for larger applications such as large paneled sliding doors. Standard colours are white, black and anthracite grey with an unlimited choice of powder coated RAL colours, and wood effect finishes.
All of our products not only enhance the appearance of your home but they optimize energy efficiency and noise reduction. They also provide a high
Casement windows – traditional, very popular opening out windows. Flush UPVC casement windows – sleek replacement for traditional timber casement windows.
Vertical sliding sash windows -A perfect replacement for wooden sash windows. Heritage approved.
Tilt and turn windows – continental style windows that open in and tilt in for ventilation.
Horizontal sliding windows – continental style, sideways sliding. Secondary glazing is available in aluminium only.
Entry (single) doors – Simple entry doors all the way through to high security doors.
Composite doors – a traditional or contemporary front door with a solid core and multipoint locking system.
Bi folding (folding stacking) doors – Glass panels that open all the way back to create the most open space.
Sliding (Patio) doors – Glass panels that slide behind each other when open. The panels can be oversized to create a contemporary wall of glass when closed.
French (Double) doors – can open out or inwards depending on the space.