Frequently asked questions
The cost will vary depending on the size, style and number of windows and/or doors ordered. A variety of factors can influence the price. We maintain a competitive pricing policy.
If your existing windows and/or doors are over ten to fifteen years old it’s worth considering replacements. If you are experiencing any of the following you should certainly talk to a professional. Draughts, loose handles, locking/security issues, misty sealed units, cracked or broken glass, discoloured upvc.
Condensation is caused by environmental conditions, moisture in the air striking a cold surface. New windows are thermally efficient which means that there is less cool surface for condensation to develop on. The trick to defeating condensation (which is a natural phenomenon) is to create an environment with appropriate ventilation and level of internal heating. If you discover condensation inside a sealed unit, the sealed unit will need replacing.
This varies but is normally 5-8 weeks
We specialise in PVCu windows and doors as well as composite doors (which are ordered in from an external manufacturer). We are also able to source aluminium products from our external suppliers. At this time we do not manufacture wooden windows or doors.
We accept full payment after the work is completed. We do not ask for deposits on orders placed.
Absolutely not. A director will visit you to discuss your requirements in a calm, professional manner.
All our PVCu windows and doors are manufactured at our factory in Brundall, Norfolk. We do order in some specialist items and composite doors.
Based in Brundall, Norfolk we proudly serve Norfolk and Suffolk. Of course, this does not mean that we limit ourselves only to these counties and have worked much further afield as and when the job requires.
We can offer a very wide range of colours. Some colour choices will influence the price. As standard we are able to offer the following link
We are able to offer a very wide range of window and door designs. As we manufacture most of our windows and doors at our factory the customer is always a key part of the design process. You want it? You get it!
The main difference is in the construction of the doors, Our PVCu are made from Kommerling profile, welded and reinforced with steel (all in our factory). Composite doors are 2 slabs of GRP with a reinforced foam core. As we design and make our own PVCu doors we are able to provide customers with a wider range of bespoke options, including colour and woodgrain finish. Composite doors come with in a wide range of colours and have a woodgrain finish as standard. In terms of security, both forms of door provide multi point locking system. With so much to consider it’s worth getting in touch and having a chat with us about your requirements.
This will vary depending on the size of the job. You can be assured that once our fitters have begun work in your home, they will remain there until the job is completed. We will always confirm the timing of any job with the customer in advance of work starting.
Simply ensure that they have space inside to work next to the window (about 1 metre clearance will be enough) and that they have similar access from the outside. Our fitters will bring dustsheets etc and will do everything possible to minimise disruption.
Inevitably, there will be some disruption during the fitting process. We can assure you that our fitters are experts in making sure that any such disruption is kept to a minimum. They will always tidy up after themselves so that you don’t have to.
For our PVCu products and composite doors, a wash with soapy water and a rinse with clean water will be more than enough to keep the product clean and functioning properly.