Some of 2015’s best jobs!
27 December 2015
Now we’ve got to the end of the year I thought I’d share a selection of some of my personal favourite jobs. We’ll start with a few composite doors. All are Safeguard door with profile 22 frames, A energy rated for thermal efficiency and pass all security tests and reduce sound. Not forgetting they look great! Most of these have been installed in Glossop and the surrounding areas we cover. Every single door here comes in way under £1000 each too (minus the one with the side frame which was only £40 over that); representing excellent value for the exceptionally high standard of materials and quality of fitting, not forgetting everything is guaranteed for 10 years!
A neat touch on this one is the house number in lead on the fanlight glass.
As well as uPVC we can do hardwood doors, whether it’s just the door slab itself, or the frame too. We can refurbish existing doors with a fresh coat of paint and new hardware.
Fascias are another area of our expertise we complete to our usual high standard. We see loads that have the old rotten timber cloaked over with new uPVC fascia looking good but just hiding the old problem! On this one we removed all old timber fascia, but the roof timbers straight and installed correctly. To keep a clean look we use over fascia vents to let the roof breath along with over fascia protectors to bridge where any felt has rotten back to prevent any leaks. If a jobs worth doing its worth doing right, even if it’s hardly going to be seen!
Here’s a one of our sliding patios, loads more secure and smoother working that the old, creaky ones they replaced!
Bay windows are one of those things that can be difficult to get right of your not careful but we always pay attention to any needed support and how to get the best looking finish!
I think it’s safe to say this was one of the larger jobs! Over 50 modern uPVC sliding sash windows on a new build mansion all done in a surprisingly short space of time. All lined up absolutely perfectly with the stone jambs and lintels going to show scale doesn’t affect quality!
Thanks for reading and roll on 2016! Have a great new year everyone!
Charlotte Giles24th September 2016 at 9:14 pm
I am interested in a new external front door; black composite.
Would just like to know some prices etc.
Tom Barnes25th September 2016 at 12:03 pm
Hi Charlotte, prices can vary depending on style quite a lot. Email me some details to email@example.com and I’ll arrange to work out a price for you.
Dave Kettles12th April 2018 at 1:14 pm
Came across your website via Which? (on-line).
I am very impressed with your website, photos, reviews etc 🙂
My initial question to you, is……would you carry out installation of windows and door/s in Beverley, East Yorkshire? (a distance of approx 80 miles).
Thanking you in advance,
Tom12th April 2018 at 8:22 pm
Thats no problem at all, if you’d like to email over some info to firstname.lastname@example.org we can see how we can help.
Marie Donnelly1st March 2022 at 4:35 pm
Hi I am looking to buy a 2 metres x 2 metres porch in Anthracite Grey, all glass so you can see the composite door with a roof, supplied and fitted. How much will this cost as company who are fitting all windows and front door have given us a quote for £9,000? windows and front door are costing over £10,000. I think this is very expensive as we need a new wet room for me and new bathroom for partner and at some point a new kitchen but being squeezed of money.