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Strong and Durable Windows that fit the bill every time

We are so proud of our windows we based our name on it! Our uPVC windows are are designed to fit perfectly with your property no matter what period they are from.

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Low Emission Glass

Low Emission Glass (Low-e glass) is an important part of thermal efficiency within your home. Low-e glass allows heat to penetrate it from outside while not allowing heat from inside to go through. This results in your home staying warmer, especially through the winter and will knock a sizable chunk out of your heating bills.

Thermal Insulation Regulations

On the 1st April 2002, the Conservation of Fuel and Power section of the Building Regulations came into force. This meant that since 2002, replacement windows have much higher standards of thermal insulation and are particularly scrutinized to ensure the best possible insulation is present.

Low-e glass is essential to meet these standards of thermal insulation and it would be incredibly difficult to reach these standards without it.

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Assessing Visual Quality

The standard method to assess the Visual Quality of Low-e glass is to stand perpendicular to the glass at 3 meters away. Do this in natural daylight but not direct sunlight as well as ensuring there is no visible moisture of the glass. If your vision is not impeded under this situation, then your windows are of good visual quality.

Windows Plus Low-e glass can allow you to stand at 2 meters away instead of 3 meters. This means that Windows Plus Low-e glass is much better than industry standards.

Servicing the North East

We love doing great work for all our happy customers around the North East. Here's a list of the types of places that we have supplied Windows for recently:

  • Alnwick
  • Ashington
  • Bedlington
  • Blaydon
  • Blyth
  • Chester Le Street
  • Consett
  • Corbridge
  • Cramlington
  • Darlington
  • Durham
  • Gateshead
  • Hartlepool
  • Hexham
  • Jarrow
  • Lanchester
  • Morpeth
  • Newcastle
  • North East
  • North Shields
  • North Tyneside
  • Ponteland
  • Prudhoe
  • South Shields
  • Stamfordham
  • Sunderland
  • Swalwell
  • Tyne and Wear
  • Wallsend
  • Washington
  • Whitley Bay


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How can I make my conservatory warm?

There are many different ways to achieve this. Most likely, you will end up doing all of them.

  1. Double glazing your windows. Windows transfer a lot of heat from inside your home to outside. Double or triple glazing your windows is a quick way to ensure that heat stays within your home. 
  2. Replacing glass conservatory roofs. While traditional conservatory roofs look beautiful they have a myriad of problems. They let out too much heat when it's cold outside. A thermally efficient warm roof can make sure your conservatory remains warm in the winter.
  3. Update your doors. Depending on the type of door you are using for your conservatory, you may be losing out. Wear and tear can accumulate meaning your once energy-efficient door are no longer good enough. Get your door inspected and if needed, repaired to keep saving on your heating bills.
  4. Convert your conservatory to a sunroom. This is a big change as it no longer is a conservatory but an extra room in your home. With both heating and cooling mechanisms, you will really feel the benefit.
  5. Having Double or Triple glazed windows. Windows are one of the main reasons Conservatories lose heat so quickly. By insulating the Windows, you will see a big difference.

What is the difference between Double glazing and Triple glazing?

Double Glazing is the process of using two panes of glass within a frame while Triple Glazing is using three panes.

Between these panes of glass is a layer of Argon gas. Argon gas insulates the window resulting in a higher energy-efficiency.

With three panes of glass against two, Triple Glazing is more energy-efficient than Double Glazing.

What is PVCu?

uPVC (also known as PVCu) stands for Un-plasticised Poly Vinyl Chloride. This is the fancy way of saying a "Plastic based product". PVC is a popular material to be used in building and is a very flexible and superb material to be used.

When you see the "U", this means that when the plastic hasn't been softened during the creation process resulting in a much stronger material than standard PVCs.

Is there a guarantee?


All our products come with guarantees. Generally, these guarantees will be between 10 - 15 years. Get in touch to ask about our guarantees.

How often should I clean my windows?

There are many factors to include when thinking about keeping your windows clean. A rule of thumb is to get your windows cleaned twice a year. If you live in a more open area and are exposed to harsher elements (sea air etc) then you should clean your windows three times a year to prevent any dirt and grime causing future issues.

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