Composite Doors Leytonstone
The Walthamstow Window Company have a huge range of composite doors, in many styles and colours. Manufactured from 48mm thermally efficient solid timber core with a coloured thermoplastic skin which has a realistic woodgrain effect. There are many style options from the traditional to the ultra modern, each with your choice of glazing options.View Composite Doors
uPVC Doors Leytonstone
uPVC doors are the perfect accompniment to your new double glazing. Stylish and secure for either the front entrance or for simple back door. For other rear entrance alternatives, please take a look at our french and sliding options to really enhance your property.View uPVC Doors
French Doors Leytonstone
The Walthamstow Window Company install the best french doors with either standard profile or flush fit, to suit your style. Wider openings can be enhanced with glazed panels to let even more natural light in. Sleek, stylish, secure and energy efficient, our french doors are the perfect match for your new windows.View French Doors
Sliding Patio Doors Leytonstone
Patio doors are the perfect partner for your new windows. Stylish and secure and with duel colour options, these double glazed units are will match your home perfectly. For more styles, please take a look at our french and composite options to really enhance your property.View Patio Doors
The main thoroughfare, Leytonstone High Road, is part of an ancient highway from Epping to London, on the borders of Epping Forest. A small hamlet at Leytonstone had existed since the early 14th century, when it formed part of the parish of Leyton in the county of Essex.
The name Leytonstone, originally “Leyton-atte-Stone”, comes from a distance marker called the High Stone, which stands at the junction of Hollybush Hill (the A1199 road with Woodford) and New Wanstead (the A113 road with Woodford Bridge), near the eastern bounds of the parish. It is a restored 18th-century obelisk set up on an earlier stump, traditionally described as a Roman milestone, possibly marking an extension of the Roman road from Dunmow to Chigwell into London. Two of the obelisk inscriptions are still just legible, others not:”To Epping XI Miles through Woodford, Loughton””To Ongar XV Miles through Woodford Bridge, Chigwell, Abridge”Other Roman archaeological features have been found in the Leyton area, including “a Roman cemetery south of Blind Lane, and massive foundations of some Roman building, with quantities of Roman brick… discovered in the grounds of Leyton Grange.”
Leytonstone /ˈleɪtənˌstoʊn/ is a town in east London, England, located in the historic county of Essex. Bordering Walthamstow to the north-west, Wanstead to the east, Forest Gate to the south, with Leyton and Stratford to the west and south-west, it is located 7 miles (11.3 km) north-east of Charing Cross.
Having expanded rapidly after the opening of the railway at Leytonstone station in 1856, now the Central line, the town became a dormitory suburb, forming part of the metropolitan conurbation of London. It falls within the London Borough of Waltham Forest local authority area of the ceremonial county of Greater London.