High Quality Windows & Doors in Manchester

We take pride in all of our work, no matter how big or small the job.

Double Glazing & Misted Glass Repair

Windows are the largest gaps in the building. Stop the heat escaping by replacing the failed glass with Double Glazing and Misted Glass Repair.

Locks and Handle Repair

We help in securing and reinforcing your doors and windows with quality door handles and lock repair.

Door Hinges Repair

Broken hinges can cause unnecessary wear and tear of components of the door leading to permanent damage. We help in fixing them too.

Bi-folding Doors

Bi-folding door fills a room with light, making it feel bigger, brighter and more beautiful.

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UPVC Doors

UPVC doors are proven to be maintenance free windows. There is no need of painting.

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Composite Doors

Composite doors are a stylish, more energy efficient and secure alternative to PVC doors.

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Double Glazing

Keep the warmth in and the cold out with Double Glazed Doors, perfect for winters.

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UPVC Windows

UPVC is great for all weather conditions as well as maintaining high-quality design standards.

UPVC Conservatories

UPVC conservatories are a wonderful addition to any home, adding space & value.


Porches are a functional extension to the façade to protect the entrance from the weather.


Door Handles, Hinges, Window Extensions, Blinds and other such miscellaneous materials.

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Energy Window

Windows provide our homes with light, warmth, and ventilation, but they can also negatively impact a home’s energy efficiency. You can reduce energy costs by installing energy-efficient windows in your home. If your budget is tight, energy efficiency improvements to existing windows can also help.

Home energy use is responsible for 27% of UK’s CO2 emission which contribute to climate change. According to figures from energy saving trust, the average household can save around 2 tonnes of CO2 by making their home efficient.

By using energy efficient products we can lower our impact on the environment.And by choosing energy saving windows and doors we all can benefit from reduced running cost and improved comfort, whilst contributing the carbon footprint.

The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) operates a voluntary program that tests, certifies, and labels windows, doors, and skylights based on their energy performance ratings. The NFRC label provides a reliable way to determine a window’s energy properties and to compare products.

The NFRC label can be found on all ENERGY STAR® qualified window, door, and skylight products, but ENERGY STAR bases its qualification only on U-factor and solar heat gain coefficient ratings, which are described below.

A window’s energy efficiency is dependent upon all of its components. Window frames conduct heat, contributing to a window’s overall energy efficiency, particularly its U-factor. Glazing or glass technologies have become very sophisticated, and designers often specify different types of glazing or glass for different windows, based on orientation, climate, building design, etc.