As a FENSA approved installer, George Jones offers superior PVC windows and doors replacement. This involves removing the old windows and doors and replacing them with new ones made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Some key factors to consider during this process include:
One of the main benefits of PVC windows and doors is their energy efficiency. The replacement windows and doors should be designed to maximise energy efficiency, which can help to reduce heating and cooling costs and improve comfort.
Quality of materials
The quality of the PVC materials used in the replacement windows and doors is crucial to ensure their durability and longevity. We always utilise high-quality materials that are appropriate for the local climate and environmental conditions.
Disruption to the building
Replacing windows and doors can be disruptive, particularly if it requires access to the interior of the building. It is important to plan the works carefully and to communicate any potential disruption to the building's occupants in advance.
Compliance with regulations
Window and door replacements may need to comply with local building codes and regulations. It is important to ensure that the replacements comply with all relevant regulations and that any necessary permits or approvals are obtained.
Over many years we have delivered quality windows and doors for a range of different clients across numerous sectors.