Complete our online “Request a Quote” form or call us on 0800 389 7384 to discuss how we can help you with the service required and book an appointment.
We endeavour to serve as much of the South-East of England and surrounding counties as possible and have been installing & renovating sash windows, casement windows and doors throughout these areas since our founding in 1999. We cover areas including Central London, South London, South West London (except North and East London locations), Surrey, Berkshire, Kent, Hampshire, Middlesex and Sussex. Please see the areas we serve for further location details.
We are open to assist you every Monday to Friday between 8am to 4pm and also on Saturday between 9am to 12pm (by appointment only).
We accept all major credit cards, except Amex. Unfortunately we don’t offer any finance arrangements.
We are FENSA registered and members of the Guild of Master Craftsmen and Check-a-Trade.
Unlike many other companies, we manufacture our windows and doors in our purpose built, state-of-the-art workshop and then our own full-time fitters will install them.
All the sash windows, casement windows and doors that we supply are fully compliant with current Building Regulations. New sash windows, casement windows or doors that fit into existing frames are not required to comply with regulations as such work does not affect the structure of a building. Listed buildings and conservation area properties may be exempt from regulations – your local planning authority will be able to advise you if you are unsure.
We offer a 50 year timber guarantee for Accoya and a 10 year guarantee for Grade A Redwood, Sapele Hardwood and European Oak. We want you to be over the moon with your new windows or doors and our promise is simple. If there is something you are not happy with, no matter how small, we will come back and fix it, no quibbles.
Our services are covered under a full public liability insurance policy.
All our Fitters are employed by the company and have to complete a rigorous training program. The fitting team chosen to fit your new windows will ensure that the property is protected by dust sheets and after completing the work will leave each room as tidy as he found it.
Installation length varies depending on the requirement of the service and the number of windows/doors which need to be worked on. We can however give accurate information and timescales after the initial survey.
It is not necessary for you to be present as long as we have access to the property. Our company liability insurance will cover your home and contents whilst we carry out the work.
On most occasions there will be minimal disruption. There may be some dust, we will sheet up before and during installation, and vacuum after the work is complete.
We strongly advise the working space is clear and anything around the window is removed prior to our arrival, including blinds, curtains and shutters. Alternatively we can try to remove the existing shutters and/or curtains but cannot be held responsible for any damage that may occur during this process, or guarantee the shutters/curtains will fit if a new box frame or casement frame is fitted.
It is not always necessary to replace your existing sash windows, we can refurbish your existing sash windows with our full draught excluder system. Alternatively we can simply refurbish your existing sash windows, the standard of our service means that we can even provide a 3 year guarantee for all paint work. Do note that our timber guarantees apply to new timber only.
We have an expert team that specialise in conservation areas so that the best advice can be provided whatever your needs. A quick call to your local council will be able to inform you of any restrictions regarding windows or doors.
We have an expert team that specialise in listed buildings so that the best advice can be provided whatever your needs.
Yes we can. For new windows, acoustic proof glass can also be fitted, in either single or double glazing. We also offer a draught proofing service for existing sash windows. In doing so, we seal any gaps in the window perimeters where cold air can get through or warm air can escape, eliminate any rattling, opening problems or sound proofing issues caused through poorly fitted sashes.
We have been manufacturing, supplying and installing Traditional Timber Sash and Casement windows and doors since 1999. During this time we have completed a huge variety of installations, supplying over 65,000 replacement windows. In addition, we have also been refurbishing existing sash windows to include draught excluder’s, new Brass, Chrome or Satin Chrome Furniture and full decoration.
We offer Accoya, Grade A Redwood, Sapele Hardwood and European Oak.
For new windows we fit, the wooden frames are treated with a wet rot, dry rot and woodworm preservative before being sprayed with primer and 3 coats of micro porous paint. They are then moved into our specialist drying area. For existing windows, we do offer a paint and refurbishment service.
We are experts in matching the existing design of any sash windows, casement windows or doors that your home already possesses. We are also specialists in matching modern, energy-efficient production methods with traditional joinery techniques.
All the replacement windows we supply come fully decorated.
The supplied security locks are insurance-approved & child safe.
Traditional sash windows can be cleaned using a damp cloth and water from the inside, although a window cleaner could also do this.
After we’ve installed/painted your sash/casement windows, a realistic expectation for the painting requirement would be 7-9 years (weather dependent).
We are extremely proud of the high quality range of Doors that we are able to manufacture and supply. We offer French Doors, Bi-fold Doors and Single Doors. All doors that we manufacture are using Accoya or European Oak timber.
Any colour you like, although European Oak is best left untreated as the grain is then visible.
We manufacture doors that are bespoke and fit any aperture or property.
All doors are manufactured using insurance approved locking mechanisms.