Fenland windows was established back in the early nineties by Paul Fellows who is still the mainstay of the company and tries to be personally involved in every job we undertake. Paul's attention todetail ensures that every job undertaken by Fenland Windows is installed to the customers satisfaction every time whether it is a single replacement window or a large conservatory with all the finest quality extras to make your new 'room' comfortable all year round.
L & O Windows in a local and family run UPVC Window, Door & Conservatory installation company, First established back in 2005. Based in Kings Lynn, with an office in Long Sutton. It was set up by LukeSchrier and Oliver Copeland, who between them have over 20 Years experience in the window and door industry. Between us we have covered every aspect time and time again to the highest standard.
Colin Dawson Windows Ltd has been trading in the Kings Lynn area for nearly 35 years. Steady growth and a long standing reputation have been achieved through hard work, a supportive workforce and aloyal customer base. In the company's formative years, Colin was one of the pioneers of the Replacement Window Industry, gaining a reputation for offering excellent value for money.
After moving to Norfolk in 2011, I took some time to find out about the area, it's people, and it's needs, and have designed my company from the ground up to be one you can trust, rely & depend on togive you great results with no hassle or fuss every time. Most of the work I do is using a ‘water fed pole' system.
Sandringham Windows was founded by David Hare and began trading in Dersingham, Norfolk seventeen years ago. Since that time it has developed into a well-established, professional Company enjoying alarge portfolio of customers including public buildings. We also have partners qualified in building and electrical services to help with any additional installation requirements. Our friendly and loyal team are well respected and liked by our customers and we always do all we can to help.
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