Are you considering replacing your home windows? You've come to the right place. With an extensive range of high-quality, competitively priced windows, we pride ourselves on transforming houses into homes with beautiful, energy-efficient window designs that suit your style and budget. Whether double or triple glazed. our Vevo manufactured windows outperform most of the other leading windows in the UK - mainly due to our innovative PVCu multi-chambered profile design.


  • Help you contain and conserve heat within your building in the winter
  • Keep out the elements
  • Resist condensation on the inside
  • Contribute to improved sound insulation
  • Perfect as a fire escape or simply to let in more fresh air, windows are supplied as tilt before turn to make them safer and avoid the risk of children opening them fully in the first instance.


We now offer between glass blinds and fly screens

What are Between Glass Blinds:

Stylish and safe design with no external cord, these can be installed in any style windows to give you more privacy. Cordless system is operated via sliding magnetic blocks and comes in any colour of your choice. They also have a 5 year manufacturers warranty.

What are Fly Screens:

Insect screens are a effective protection against flies, mosquitoes, bees and other insects.  Along with protection our fly screen system also enables the flow of fresh air.  Fly screens enable you to leave your windows open in warmer weather conditions without the fear of insects, pollen or other airborne allergens.  These can be fitted to any style windows.

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What type of Windows are you looking for?



Casement windows feature a traditionally British window style that offers slim sight lines for maximum light. The patented double-action bubble gasket creates a continuous seal – even in the corners – to minimise draughts. The main feature of this unassuming model is its suitability for most properties. Once installed, these windows require minimal care. Since we customise each window to fit your specific space, you know it will fit the first time around!

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This range combines the iconic style of Georgian sash windows with modern advantages. Ideal for any properties with timber sliders and newer properties that could use an aesthetic touch-up. These windows are low maintenance, without the constant need for repairs. With a wide range of finishes, colours, and design touches you are guaranteed to find the one that makes you smile.

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Tilt-and-turn windows allow you to tilt the window inwards, thereby enhancing ventilation. Ideal for high-rise and low-rise applications, these windows provide you with more space to fit glass, improving light and thermal performance. Tilt-and-turn windows also open fully inwards, making them easier to clean, and can be incorporated within bay and bow style windows.

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Bay Windows

Bay windows are architectural features commonly found in homes and buildings in the UK. They consist of a set of windows that project outward from the main wall of a structure, creating additional space and providing a panoramic view of the surroundings.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This depends on your personal preference, budget, and the style of your home. Consider factors such as energy efficiency, security, and durability.
Windows that show signs of damage, long term wear and include outdated features like single glazing can potentially reduce the value of your home. Buying new double or triple glazed windows is an investment, but it's one that certainly worth considering if you want to make your home more attractive to buyers.
With their ability to retain heat, keep out noise and make your home more secure, both double and triple glazed offer a significant improvement on single pane windows. For more advice on your glazing please speak to our qualified team who will guide you into choosing the right option for you.
Yes, you can replace one window at a time, but it is often more cost-effective to replace multiple windows at once.
In most cases, you do not need planning permission for replacement windows in the UK. However, it is recommended to check with your local authority.