Bespoke Trade A-Rated uPVC, Plastic Coloured Foil Cottage Doors
Our range of Upvc stable doors (front / back doors) are designed to match perfectly with our window range to create a co-ordinated appearance for your home. With matching sidelights to let in more light, decorative glazing options and handles.
The inward opening door features two independent door sashes, the top sash being operated by a hook lock, deadbolt and latch with a standard door handle. The bottom sash features a second, unobtrusive handle which controls whether the door will open fully, or only the top sash will open.
Choose from a huge range of colours, foils, designs, glass options and door furniture.
Choose your colour profile for your home front or back door
We offer bespoke colour matching (foiled) for your new uPVC plastic top opening doors whether its replacement doors for your existing property (barn or grade listed) or a newbuild home.
Optional Trade Stained Glass
We can supply U-value, low E, A-rated, Planitherm One glass, obscure glass, pattern glaze and even plastic glass to fit any window size – please call for details.
uPVC half and half Door accessories and hardware
As standard we can supply trade Letter Boxes, cat flap, dog flap, Astragal bars, dog bolts, adjustable hinges to your gold or silver low aluminum threshold option to your trade door requirements.
Our veka range is available in a wide range of woodgrain and coloured finishes to perfectly complement your home.
With these realistic woodgrains ranging from contempary Irish Oak to dramatic rosewood.
Life is too short to paint your rotten old timber windows with our range of colours all you need is a quick wipe!
These are also available in dual colour so you can have the bright white on the inside and a dark rosewood on the outside!
Contact us now to find your perfect match!
Wide range of colours – contact us for lead times
The colours shown give an indication only. No guarantee can be given that they will exactly match existing products. Additional colours are available to order as specials.
How energy rated windows work
Double glazing creates an insulating barrier by trapping air between two panes of glass. Installing double glazing can cut your heating bills by around £135 a year as well as 720 kilograms of CO 2 – that’s 4 double decker buses full of CO 2 each year.
How the savings add up…
If everyone in the UK that could, installed double glazing, it would save around £700 million and 4 million tonnes of CO 2.
Low-Emissivity Window Glazing or Glass. Low-emissivity (Low-E) coatings on glazing or glass control heat transfer through windows with insulated glazing. Windows manufactured with Low-E coatings typically cost about 10%–15% more than regular windows, but they reduce energy loss by as much as 30%–50%.
A Low-E coating is a microscopically thin, virtually invisible, metal or metallic oxide layer deposited directly on the surface of one or more of the panes of glass. The Low-E coating reduces the infrared radiation from a warm pane of glass to a cooler pane, thereby lowering the U-factor of the window. Different types of Low-E coatings have been designed to allow for high solar gain, moderate solar gain, or low solar gain. A Low-E coating can also reduce a window’s visible transmittance unless you use one that’s spectrally selective.
To keep the sun’s heat out of the house (for hot climates, east and west-facing windows, and unshaded south-facing windows), the Low-E coating should be applied to the outside pane of glass. If the windows are designed to provide heat energy in the winter and keep heat inside the house (typical of cold climates), the Low-E coating should be applied to the inside pane of glass.
Window manufacturers apply Low-E coatings in either soft or hard coats. Soft Low-E coatings degrade when exposed to air and moisture, are easily damaged, and have a limited shelf life. Therefore, manufacturers carefully apply them in insulated multiple-pane windows. Hard Low-E coatings, on the other hand, are more durable and can be used in add-on (retrofit) applications. The energy performance of hard-coat, Low-E films is slightly poorer than that of soft-coat films.
Although Low-E coatings are usually applied during manufacturing, some are available for do-it-yourselfers. These films are inexpensive compared to total window replacements, last 10–15 years without peeling, save energy, reduce fabric fading, and increase comfort.
West-End Windows ‘A’ rated upvc windows
As of 1st October 2010 we are offering all of our customers an ‘A’ rated uPVC window for the same price as a ‘C’ rated uPVC window.
For further information contact us on 0117 966 7661 and we will be happy to discuss your requirements with you.
All products manufactured and installed by West-End Windows will carry a full 10 year guarantee and will be backed by FENSA.
All products manufactured by West-End Windows Co Ltd will carry the guarantee that is issued by our profile suppliers. (Details available on request).
Trade Guarantee on moving parts 1 Year Guarantee.
(All moving parts need to be oiled every 6 months and a maintenance log should be recorded. If there is no evidence of maintenance then your guarantee is invalid. Misuse will also invalidate your guarantee.)
All Door Panels carry a 10 Year Guarantee.
All Glass Sealed Units carry a 5 Year Guarantee.
Checks to make sure the correct Recommendations for Cleaning, Maintenance and Repair Procedures for Aluminum and PVC-U Windows, Doors and Architectural products supplied by West-End Windows Co. Ltd have been will be followed correctly or your guarantee may be invalid.
More information is available on request.
Area’s we cover
Bristol, Bath, Chippenham, Swindon, Reading, Guildford, Brighton, Eastbourne, Worthing, Portsmouth, Southhampton, Winchester, Basingstoke, Salisbury, Poole, Bournemouth, Weymouth, Yeovil, Glastonbury, Taunton, Weston-Super-Mare, Minehead, Ilfracombe, Barnstable, Bideford, Exeter, Exmouth, Torquay, Plymouth, Cornwall, St Austell, Truro, Falmouth, Newquay, St Ives, Penzance, Newport, Cardiff, Bridgend, Swansea, Monmouth, Gloucester, Hereford, Cheltenham, Worcester, Coventry, Northampton, Bedford, Luton, Milton Keynes, Cambridge, Norwich, Skegness, Birmingham, Shrewsbury, Leicester, Lincoln, Chesterfield, Sheffield, Derby, Nottingham, Chester, Wrexham.