Yes, have been installing our products for over 25 years. Another option is to have your builder install them as we are happy to just manufacture and deliver to site.
We have a large range of standard Dulux Powder Coat colours.
In addition to powder coated joinery we also have anodised options which come in bronze, silver, champagne and black.
New windows offer a host of benefits—smooth operation, low maintenance, fewer drafts, easier cleaning and modest energy savings.
New windows are tempting because they offer so much—smoother operation, lower maintenance, energy savings, fewer drafts and easier cleaning. But they’re expensive, and pros charge almost as much as the cost of the windows to install them, which is a major investment.
Ask yourself the following three questions to evaluate your old windows and weigh the benefits of new ones.
1. Are your old windows a hassle?
Are you sick and tired of nursing your windows along, or are you OK with the minor maintenance jobs that go along with them? Consider:
2. Are your old windows comfortable?
Single-pane windows often leave rooms feeling chilly and dry in cold weather and overheated in warm, sunny weather. Windows with double-pane glass can greatly improve the comfort of your home. They can block much of the heat of direct sunlight but still allow the light to come through (less need for shades). They’ll reduce cold drafts and the chill of cold glass. And they’ll reduce condensation so you can keep the indoor humidity at a higher, more comfortable level in cold weather. New energy-efficient windows will also save on your fuel bills but rarely enough to justify the investment if your old windows are still in good shape.
3. Are your old windows worth repairing?
You can almost always repair and restore old windows if you’re willing to set aside the time and can find replacement hardware. But it’s not always worth the effort and expense. Major problems include:
Balance your home's appearance with your budget. Even if you try for a close match, new windows will probably look a bit different from the old. And even the glass itself (we recommend the low-E) usually looks somewhat different from clear glass. So replacing one or two in a conspicuous area may look bad. One good strategy is to replace all the windows on one side (or level if you have a two-story house) to retain a consistent appearance. Often the windows on one side of a house deteriorate much faster than the others.
We aim to have a quote back to you within a few days, at most a week. Occasionally the process may take longer if we have to get quotes for part of the work.
Installation is generally completed within 4-6 weeks from when we confirm your order. Supply only orders can often be completed in 3 week. It does depend on how busy we are and how big the job is and more importantly, the weather. We won’t open up your home if the weather is bad.
There are single, double and four point lock options available. We use two point locking as standard as an extra security measure.
Other important considerations
• The door can have a key both inside and out (key – key)
• Or a key on the outside and a knob on the inside (key – turn)
• Or no key outside and just a turn knob on the inside
Once we have received your signed acceptance and a deposit, we add your job to our production schedule.
If it is a supply only job, our team will contact you and/or your builder to do a final measure (if necessary) and decide on final measurements. The job then will proceed through our factory and you will receive a call when completed and ready for deliver.
If we are installing the joinery for you, closer to the time our installer will contact you directly to do a final measure. We then manufacture the joinery to these exact measurements. A few days prior to installation you will receive a call from us to arrange access to your home.