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Windows and doors made from uPVC are strong and resilient, so the manufacturers will often guarantee their durability for at least ten years. They won’t rot or rust, and are relatively low maintenance, with frames that are easy to clean with a simple wipe with a damp cloth.
uPVC doors and windows are also an ideal addition to your home to help save money on energy costs. Fitted with double glazing and thermal reinforcements, they will keep warmth inside so you won’t need to run your heating at high levels to maintain your ideal temperature.
All of the uPVC windows and doors we install have internal beading to help prevent break-ins and add an extra element of security to your home. Furthermore, they all feature solid locking mechanisms so you can be sure that they will keep your family safe and secure.
The uPVC doors and windows we supply meet all relevant safety and quality regulations, so we have the utmost confidence that these products will meet any expectations and stand the test of time.
The price depends on the design, colour and size of your chosen window(s)/door(s). To receive an accurate quotation, please call us on 0800 987 5765 or fill in the online call back request form and someone will be in contact with you as soon as possible.
Unlike most national installers, we only use hand-picked experienced fitters. All our employees have been trained by us. We do not use subcontractors or out-source any of our installations.
Rockdoors are high-security, A++ rated energy efficient doors. They are a composite door, which means they contain a mixture of materials, including reinforced carbon fibre and a steel frame, meaning they are impossible to force open. The only way to open a ‘Rockdoor’ is with a key!
Yes. All of our double glazed units are 28mm thick and therefore decrease the noise levels transferring through. We also offer a triple glazed option for extra noise reductions on main roads or city centre locations.
No. The old windows and doors are removed and new ones installed directly after. This means that your home is always secure and water tight. No windows or doors will ever be left unsecured overnight, giving you peace of mind.
Your existing windows and doors will be removed and disposed of. All the Upvc and metal components are separated and recycled where possible.
All windows and doors installed by ‘Kingfisher Exteriors Limited’ will be registered with ‘Certass’ and a certificate will be provided on completion. You will also receive a ten year insurance backed guarantee from ‘QANW’ who are an insurance intermediary, authorised and regulated by the financial conduct authority.
Yes, we ask that the customer can clear all the window sills and remove all curtains and/or blinds to prevent any potential damage.
Yes, the fitters will need access to both the internal and external of the window. Dust sheets will be used and all mess cleared after installation.
Planning permission is not normally required for repairing, fitting or replacing doors and windows, unless you own a listed building. If you live in a conservation area (or other designated area) you should consult with your local planning authority.
We recommend using warm soapy water to remove all dust and dirt. If you require a deeper clean, there are solvent based Upvc cleaning products available but these should only be used on white none foiled products.
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