Composite Doors Woodford
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 Woodford
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 Woodford
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 Woodford
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
Facts about Woodford
Woodford appears in the 1086 Domesday Book as Wdefort, although its earliest recorded use is earlier in 1062 as Wudeford. The name is Old English and means ‘ford in or by the wood’. The ford refers to a crossing of the River Roding, which was replaced with a bridge by 1238; this led to the renaming of part of the district as Woodford Bridge by 1805. The old Saxon road, that followed the valley at this point. and utilised this ford, skirted the forest (which was to the north). The Saxon Road eventually reached north of the Forest and branched East and West at that point. Woodford by this chance was on the trade route to the further parts of Essex.
Woodford is a suburban town in North East London in the London Borough of Redbridge. It is divided into the neighbourhoods of Woodford Green, Woodford Bridge, Woodford Wells. The town is situated 9.5 miles (15.3 km) northeast of Charing Cross.
The area is served by two stations on the Central line of the London Underground: Woodford and South Woodford.