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Established in 1970, EYG windows now has eight UK sites and carries out window installations and design projects throughout England and Wales.
Trusted to deliver quality craftsmanship and great customer service, EYG windows are proud to offer a 10-year repair and replace warranty on most products. The reason we do this is because we know you do not want anything to go wrong when making a substantial investment in your home - either now or in the future. By providing you with complete peace of mind, we hope to gain your trust and allay any fears you may have before making your investment decision.
If you would like to discuss your home improvement project with one of our experts, call 0800 181888 and ask for a free no-obligation quote. Or fill in a call-back form and arrange for one of our experts to conduct a complimentary design survey.
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What types of EYG windows are there?
EYG windows are available in a wide range of styles and sizes, including uPVC windows, timber windows and aluminium windows. All of these are available in a wide range of RAL colours and finishes.
What finishing touches can I choose?
As well as selecting the hardware and glass options to complete your bespoke design, EYG windows allow you to mix and match when it comes to colours and materials. So, if you want a woodgrain finish on the exterior of your window and white on the inside it's not a problem. The choice of handle and the type of finish on the glass is also up to you.
Transform your house into a cosy & comfortable home with EYG, one of the UK's best double glazing installers & home improvement experts!
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