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A Composite Door is a replacement for traditional timber doors, giving the appearance of traditional timber but created with modern materials to offer better quality. Unlike timber, you won’t be blighted by high-maintenance issues such as warping, peeling, cracking or twisting out of shape.
Our uPVC Door is made with our modern multi-chambered uPVC profile, giving you protection against weathering and security. Both are fitted with the latest security innovations to protect your home from modern burglary techniques.
Yes, they will. At SRJ Windows, we think security is very important when choosing either a window or door, which is why we fit the latest in secure technology within our customer’s homes. We offer products that themselves offer rigidity, giving a great level of security across the board. Your home will be well placed to cope with 21st-century burglary techniques.
We appreciate that the cost of a new window can not always be the cheapest option, and if you have a period property, it may be difficult to replace the windows without taking away the character. That’s why we offer secondary glazing, a discreet internal window that goes alongside your existing single or double glazed window. This cost-effective solution provides insulation and soundproofing, making it ideal in conservation areas.
Yes, we do. We have a few options on offer, with timber sash and case and uPVC sliding sash windows. If you have any old window or door, we can provide a replacement that can maintain the character of your property.
We would advise that you fill out our bespoke online quote. You just enter a few details and you’ll receive a free estimate with no obligation to book.
We would recommend giving you a free online quote due to the number of customisation options we offer with our windows, doors and extensions. You can fill out our quoting engine to receive your bespoke estimate and if you still have any questions, contact a member of the team.
All our windows, doors, conservatories and sunrooms are covered by our fully transferable SRJ premium guarantee, giving the homeowner 10-years peace of mind that they are receiving a quality product. If in the unlikely event something goes wrong with your product in that time, we will endeavour to fix it.
No, you won’t. Our double glazing range has been manufactured with the finest materials which should not suffer from any of the high-maintenance issues that have previously plagued old timber or steel products. Our double glazing won’t warp, bow, crack, twist, flake or rot out of shape. Instead, all you’ll need to do is just give them an occasional wipe with a damp cloth to maintain a good-as-new look.
This all depends on the age of the product and the quality of the workmanship. Signs can include misted units, warping, flaking, discolouring and more. You may also be struggling to open your product, the product may rattle, let in cold draughts and so on. Updating to a new profile ensures you’ll enjoy a more thermally efficient and secure home.
Yes, we offer our customers several finance options to help them finance their double glazing installation. This includes no deposit to pay, up to 2 years 0% interest free, nothing to pay for the first six months and spreading the cost over five years at 4.9% APR representative.
Yes, we are proud to promote our installations on our website through our project page.
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