Windows & Doors

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We specialise in installing windows & doors which deliver on energy efficiency, security and lifetime performance. Working with Rockdoor and Veka, two of the main window and door manufacturers, we can guarantee a product which will perform to exacting standards over many years.

From double and triple-glazing through to secondary glazing, at Goldcrest Installation & Repair we are experts in the field of glazing installation. We provide windows and doors to suit the majority of domestic requirements in a range of glazing and colour options. We are proud to offer Composite doors as part of our product selection; the latest in energy and security technology.

Visualisation Service

  • Should you wish to visualise various door styles, then we provide a complementary service which enables you to map various door styles and colour options onto a photo of your property, providing you with peace of mind on purchase.

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Energy Efficiency

All the windows & doors we supply are rated A through to E on the energy scale. We fit 'C' rated windows and 'E' rated doors as standard, meeting the industry standard to keep you warm and cosy in your home.

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Unusual Window Shapes & Glazing

Portholes and arched windows provide a distinct feature to the character of any property and we can work with you to achieve your individual look.

For more traditional homes with old stained glass, we can replicate the design and introduce it to the new glazing or integrate the original panel into a triple-glazed unit.

Whatever your requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us.

What is Composite?

Traditional singular material doors such as timber and PVC-U suffer from common flaws. Using a combination of materials which have been selected for their beneficial properties, composite doors allow for the old flaws to be effectively 'designed out'.

It is the high-density core of a composite door that gives the door its notable strength and they are generally considered impossible to break into.

The standard thickness for a Composite door slab is 44mm, almost twice the thickness of a UPVC panel. Many customer surveys have indicated that after replacing a UPVC front door with a Composite there were notable reductions in heat loss and noise from outside was greatly reduced.