Established in 1989 by Paul and Caroline Chenery, Premier Windows have had a very busy year despite the credit crunch. They are proud to be a genuine family business and they run their business with their son, Ben.
In the summer of 2008, they expanded by developing a new indoor conservatory, window and door showroom in Oswestry, and became a Conservatory Outlet dealer.
The investment seems to have paid off with a healthy order book, generated through recommendations and new business visiting the showroom. Paul and Caroline are proud of the friendly local service they provide, with a full range of products they can offer including:
Premier Windows install throughout Shropshire including Oswestry, Ellesmere, Wem, Market Drayton, Shrewsbury, Telford, Newport, Pontesbury, Church Stretton and Welshpool.
For more information please visit their newly designed website at:
We’ve got some great special offers on among our Yorkshire dealers this Christmas. The following video shows our latest advert running on Yorkshire TV over the Christmas period:
So, why not call into one of our showrooms and have a look at the fabulous range of products we have on offer. Or phone 0800 915 8844.
Greenpeace has welcomed European Commission proposals to put billions of euros of structural funding into installing double glazing and solar panels across Europe.
The Financial Times reports that the commission is expected to ask member states today (December 3rd) to allow local authorities to use EU funds to pay for energy-saving measures in low-income households, such as energy efficient windows.
According to the commission, the move would create new jobs, reduce energy consumption in Europe and bring down household bills.
Frauke Thies, of Greenpeace, said the plans were a big part of the European move towards using energy more efficiently.
She added: “For low-income households, energy costs are still making up a large share of the domestic budget.
“These sorts of households might hesitate to make investments in double glazing or putting in a more efficient boiler.”
The very latest highly engineered uPVC windows give you the opportunity to choose from hundreds of design options. The slender frames needed to achieve a slimline look have the same front to back dimension as traditional timber which means it is possible to remove your old windows and replace them easily and efficiently.
Showers…storms…drizzle…We hate to break it to you, but the average rainfall in the UK is between 700mm a year in East Anglia and 3,000mm a year in the Scottish Highlands. That’s a lot of potential for leaks, puddles or even worse.
Today’s uPVC windows are technically superior, too. Multi chamber construction helps control noise and heat loss. High levels of weatherproofing and intruder protection keep you safe from the worst of the British climate – and secure in your home. Plus there’s a sophisticated choice of finishes from white through to wood effects that have virtually no maintenance.
Whitegrain uPVC windows are also extremely tough. They feature high-impact uPVC frames with fusion welded joints and corners. This makes them robust and strong so they’ll last a lifetime. All the fixings and hardware are tested to breaking point to ensure the multi-point locks, shoot bolts and locking handles offer maximum protection by gripping the frame securely. For added peace of mind quality uPVC windows are internally beaded so the glass cannot be removed from the outside. All of this means your home can look beautiful and remain a sanctuary for you to enjoy in…
Mid Wales Windows in Newtown, Powys joins the growing Conservatory Outlet network
We’re pleased to announce that a fantastic new dealer is joining the Conservatory Outlet network of premium quality conservatory installation companies. Mid Wales Windows have been trading for over 10 years in Newtown, Powys, and cover an area including:
Mid Wales, Powys, Newtown, Welshpool, Church Stretton, Llandrindod Wells,
Aberystwyth, Knighton, Ludlow, Rhayadar, Llangurig, Tregaron, Machynlleth, Dolgellau, Builth Wells, Craven Arms …plus many more.
The company is run by husband and wife team, David and Davina and have a great team of staff including Nick who runs the double glazing sales.
You will find their Newtown showroom on the Mochdre Industrial Estate, Powys, featuring fully fitted conservatories, each themed to different “lifestyle” settings and a upvc window and upvc door gallery, local customers can discuss their requirements with highly experienced conservatory, window and door specialists.
The team at Mid Wales Windows are people who treat you honestly, fairly and with courtesy. They now supply and fit superb Conservatory Outlet conservatories, orangeries, windows and doors that will do what you expect of them and which are covered by comprehensive guarantees.