High quality doors, windows and fittings across Plymouth and the South West. Interseal works to provide clients living or working in Plymouth and the South West with high quality designs andinstallations on a range of products, including conservatories, windows and roofline products. We have a strong reputation across the region as a certified stockist and we are FENSA-approved.
Founded 20 years ago by Andy and Trudy Ewen, Okehampton Glass is now one of the town's best established businesses, employing 14 people from a 6500 square foot factory, joinery workshop and warehouse,out of which the now-familiar fleet of fitter's vehicles operates six days a week.
Solaris Windows aim to supply superior quality windows, doors and conservatories in Devon. Our products are backed by an industry leading 10 Year Guarantee which is complimented by unparalleled,excellent customer service. Our skill and know - how enable us to offer advice and ongoing support to both our residential and trade customers. Solaris Windows also supply and fit Glass and Glazing Products from glass and stainless steel balustrading to replacing misted units.
Our beautiful sculptured windows add distinction and value to any home and provide security, safety and insulation to your property. Virtually maintenance-free, each window is beautifully finished,internally and externally, with the aid of matching high density PVC-u trims. Whilst emulating the stylish look of classic timber products, our windows are precisely manufactured from durable, secure and economical high-tech UPV-c which is guaranteed never to warp, rot or pit - whatever the weather.
Europlas is proud to be part of the Entu group, the number one choice for energy efficient products in the UK. Europlas are the South West's home improvement specialists, with over 30 years experienceof installing a range of top quality products across Cornwall, Devon and Somerset. We manufacture and install doors, windows, conservatories and roofline products all with a personal service from a locally founded business.
We are a family run company located on the Marsh Barton Trading Estate in Exeter, Devon. Established in 1988, we have been providing all aspects of quality double-glazing to the Exeter and surroundingarea. Run by father and son partnership, Eric and Nick George offer a 'supply only' or 'supply & fit' service to suit your glazing requirements. Our insurance-backed products are installed by our employed fitting teams.
Realistic designs and supplies conservatories, windows, doors and more, from our extensive range of double glazing products. Our showrooms in Exeter, Plymouth and Saltash give us an independent, localedge working with customers across Devon and Cornwall. Pop in to see the latest examples of our conservatory and glazed products, including Ultraframe conservatories.
Prime Window and Doors are a local family business working to the very highest of standards whom in 2005 moved to North Devon to be closer to their extended family. They have been running a successfuldouble glazing business in Hampshire since 1994 and, over the last few years, have received numerous requests in Devon and Cornwall for their comprehensive skills.
Quality home improvements from a local name you can trust. When you're investing your hard earned money on replacement windows, doors or a conservatory it's important to choose the right product, atthe right price, from a company you can rely on. We take great pride in the quality of our products and the high standards of service we provide, from specialist staff who care about you and your home. At Taw Windows, we offer a friendly and personal service.
Exmoor Fascias was established in 1988 by David and Michele Muir and traded as a partnership until June 2003, when the partnership incorporated and became a Limited Company. Both David and Michele arenow Directors of the company, and both are readily available should you wish to contact them. Serving both the retail and trade sectors, we have experienced steady growth over our 25 years of trading and have showrooms, offices and trade counters in both the Barnstaple and Bideford branches.