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Windows, Doors & More
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Windows, Doors & More
9.9(42 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

We love to help you love your home. We offer free no obligation quotes. Our main mission is to keep prices down for you with no hidden costs.
Call07488 819597
Futureglaze Windows Limited
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Futureglaze Windows Limited
9.83(555 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

Futureglaze Windows Ltd operating in South Wales since 1988 installing and repairing UPVC and aluminium windows and doors as well as blinds, shutters, facia, guttering and conservatories.
Call01443 806624
S&K Windows Ltd
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S&K Windows Ltd
10(53 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

Your local family double glazing windows, doors and warm roof conservatory installers offering free no obligation quotes with no pressure tactics or salespersons.
Clearview Windows Cardiff Ltd
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Clearview Windows Cardiff Ltd
10(42 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

A family run business that specialise in windows doors and conservatories. Mary runs the office and showroom and Christian and Kelly project manage all installs on every single job.
Call07458 187798
ACE Window & Door Repairs
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ACE Window & Door Repairs
9.78(43 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

Ace Windows & Door Repairs covers all aspects of double glazing, Bi-fold, Patio & UPVC windows & doors
Call07488 838259
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Rob Wade Windows
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Rob Wade Windows
10(3 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

Good availability

We specialise in UPVC and aluminium windows & doors, conservatories, roof lanterns, fascia, guttering, and cladding. We also provide a wide variety of construction services including kitchens.
Call07488 849910
Phoenix Windows & Doors Ltd
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Phoenix Windows & Doors Ltd
9.92(27 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

Phoenix Windows & Doors Limited is a family run business operating in Wales. Our main values are high quality workmanship, first class customer service and after sales care.
Call07458 184017
Village Conservatories Ltd
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Village Conservatories Ltd
9.88(99 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

Based in Sherborne we are specialised in Orangeries, Extensions, Conservatories, Porches, Tiled roof conservatories, Replacement Warm roofs, Doors&Windows, Bi-fold doors and
Call07458 189264
Weatherbeater Contractors Ltd
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Weatherbeater Contractors Ltd
10(12 reviews)

Operates in Somerset

With many happy and returning customers over the last 20 years, you can be sure of being well looked after. Please contact Graham
Call07458 179113

Window fitters in Somerset

Whether you’re giving your home a new lease of life or upgrading your single glazing, you’ll need a qualified window fitter.

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  • How much does it cost to fit a new window in the UK?

    Fitting a new window can cost anywhere from £1,750. There’s a wide range of window styles available, and each will be priced differently.

    For instance, for a uPVC window, you can expect to pay around £80 for the frame, £27.50 for the glass and then installation on top. On the other hand, the average Velux window installation cost is £1,250.

    You can find lots more prices and advice in our window fitting cost guide. However, it’s worth noting that the average window installation cost will vary depending on several factors. These include:

    • Window size - Large windows are generally more expensive than small windows.

    • Glazing - Double or triple glazing will cost more than single glazing.

    • Window style - Different styles of windows will be priced differently. As an example, a bay window will be more expensive than a standard window.

    • Window quality - The higher the quality of your window, the more you’ll pay.

    • Window materials - Windows are made from many different materials such as uPVC and timber, each with a different price tag.

    • Number of windows - The more windows you need installed, the more expensive this job will be.

    • Location - Labour costs vary depending on where your home is located in the UK.

    If you want to get a clearer idea of the window installation cost for your specific job, why not request a quote from an expert window installer?

    Simply fill in a few details about the work you need doing and we’ll reach out to trusted window fitters near you to get you some quotes.

  • How long does it take to fit a window?

    Typically it’ll take around 2 hours to fit a large window.

    However, the time needed to fit a window will vary depending on how many window installers there are, the type of window and the size of the window. This timescale will increase to 4 hours if there’s only one window fitter working.

  • Do window fitters need to come inside the home?

    Yes. While many window fitters work mostly from the outside of your home, they’ll also need to come inside to finish the job. This is crucial to the installation process and to ensure that your windows are secure with a high quality finish.

    If you’re concerned about inviting strangers into your home, why not hire one of our members? They pass 12 checks to ensure they’re trustworthy and can offer you the best service. You can even read past customer reviews to put your mind at ease.

    Use our free search feature to find a selection of professionals offering window fitting in Somerset today.

  • Can you fit a window yourself?

    Fitting a window is not a recommended DIY project.

    Windows are very heavy and if dropped they can shatter, leading to injuries and damage to your home. Not to mention the cost of buying another new window.

    For these reasons, we recommend getting in touch with a qualified window installer rather than fitting a window yourself.

    That way, you can be sure your window is installed to the highest standards and will stand the test of time. The best window fitters are FENSA registered, which means they have high standards to meet and will provide certification once installed.

  • How do I install a window in an existing wall?

    Here is a summary of the steps that a professional window fitter will follow to install a window in an existing wall:

    1. Measure where your new window will sit and mark the area to cut

    2. Check for pipes and electrics before getting started

    3. Cut an opening for your window

    4. Frame the opening to properly support your new window

    5. Fit the window and secure in place

    6. Seal the edges to prevent leaks and draughts

    However, unless you have experience working in construction, we wouldn’t recommend installing a window in an existing wall yourself. This is because it’s a job that can be both dangerous and difficult.

    Instead, it’s best to work with a qualified window installer.

    Simply use our free search feature or request a quote to find trusted professionals offering window fitting in Somerset. That way, you can be sure your new window will be installed to a high standard.