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Casement Windows Stratford

WalthamstowWindows offer an extensive range of uPVC casement double glazing windows, suited to the demands and aesthetics of every property. Offering a low maintenance upvc window profile that has been engineered with durability, reliablity and security as standard. Our uPVC casement windows allow maximum light into your rooms and their energy-efficiency can help cut your heating bills. They look great, help to keep you safe and can be designed to be unique to you.

Every window is carefully and individually crafted using the latest technologies and machinery available to achieve an outstanding energy efficient product and if you’re looking for additional security and decorative glazing options too we offer the perfect choice to enhance your upvc window and suit any style of property. We provide consultations for domestic and commercial customers in the areas of Stratford, South Woodford, Leytonstone, Leyton and Chingford.

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Hand Crafted Casement Windows in
Stratford, East London & Surrounding Counties

At Walthamstow Window Company Ltd, we supply and install casement windows throughout East London and the surrounding counties. Available in a range of colours and woodgrain foils, our windows also feature customisable furniture so that you can create the perfect window for your home. Our window range is sure to have a product to suit your needs.

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uPVC Casement Windows

In terms of cost, uPVC offers excellent value for money. It’s more affordable than other window materials, however, this is not because it performs poorly. uPVC windows are incredibly energy efficient and can easily attain Window Energy Ratings (WER) of A+ and above, which is one of the highest amongst any window material.

Best Quality Casement Windows in Stratford

We only supply the highest quality casement windows at Walthamstow Window Company. Our casement windows are all manufactured using Veka products, the market leaders in German engineered uPVC windows.

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Upgrade Your Home To ‘A Rated’ Energy Efficiency

Fitting ‘A rated’ uPVC windows in your home really is a must. You can significantly reduce noise and heat loss, by up to 50% in fact. Keep your energy bills low and your comfort levels high.

Double & Triple Glazing Options Available

It is possible to further reduce street noise levels by upgrading from double glazing to triple glazing, without affecting the aesthetics of your casement windows. With two cavities, not one,. heat loss is greatly reduced.

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Flush Fit Windows

uPVC windows that simulate Wood – Flush fit windows give the appearance of wooden windows, with smooth lines and profiles.

Low maintenance, sleek lines – Flush fit casement windows with mechanical joints, mean that all the windows have the same profile. This allows for a more traditional wood feel, without the ongoing maintenance that wooden windows demand.

We also supply and install composite & uPVC doors in East London and the surrounding areas. Some of the main locales we have worked in previously include Chingford, Stratford, Leytonstone, South Woodford and Leyton.

Facts about Stratford

History

Stratford’s early significance was due to a Roman road running from Aldgate in the City, to Romford, Chelmsford and Colchester, crossed the River Lea. At that time the various branches of the river were tidal and unchannelised, while the marshes surrounding them had yet to be drained. The Lea valley formed a natural boundary between Essex on the eastern bank and Middlesex on the west, and was a formidable obstacle to overland trade and travel.

The name is first recorded in 1067 as Strætforda and means ‘ford on a Roman road’.It is formed from Old English ‘stræt’ (in modern English ‘street’) and ‘ford’. The former river crossing lay at an uncertain location north of Stratford High Street.

General Info

Stratford is a district in the East End of London, England, located in the ceremonial county of Greater London. Situated 6 miles (10 km) east-northeast of Charing Cross, Stratford is part of the Lower Lea Valley and includes the localities of Maryland, East Village, Mill Meads (shared with West Ham), Stratford City and Forest Gate. Historically an agrarian settlement, Stratford was transformed into an industrial suburb, forming part of the metropolitan conurbation of London after the introduction of the railway in 1839. It formed part of the County Borough of West Ham, which became the western half of the London Borough of Newham local authority area in 1965.

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