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uPVC Double Glazing Bethnal Green

Double glazing from The Walthamstow Window Company’s quality range of replacement windows are a cost-effective solution if you want to enhance the aesthetics of your home externally, whilst creating internal benefits too. Our double glazing units boast a range of benefits for you and your home. Our replacement windows can be matched seamlessly to the rest of your property and help to enhance its character.

Or, if you want to create a focal point, opt for coloured windows or an elegant bay replacement. Energy efficiency: all of our replacement windows are installed with thermally efficient double glazing as standard. This keeps your window looking clean and shiny, and will help to reduce your heating bills.

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Options & Features

Any style of window can be fitted with high-performance locking systems. Windows are often the first point of entry for thieves, but choosing replacement double glazing from Walthamstow Windows can give you peace of mind that your home won’t be targeted. With multi-point locking systems, hinge guards and fire escape hinges, we pride ourselves on supplying only the safest double glazed windows to our clients.

We have taken the time to choose the best profile available on the market. Our double glazing profiles meet and exceed latest industry standards, giving you the peace of mind to know that you are buying quality, BSI approved quality!

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Replacement windows

Is it time to replace your old windows? Speak to us, we have been installing windows for over ten years. We can advise you on the best replacement double glazed windows for your home, whether you opt for the same style or something completely different.

You choose the colour and we will do our best to match it! We have a vast range of colour finishes available.
White Ivory – Irish Oak – Golden Oak – Rosewood – Siena PN – Agate Grey – Silver Grey – Basalt Grey – Slate Grey – Anthracite Grey – Steel Blue – Chartwell Green Moss Green – Dark Green – Dark Red Wine Red – Beck Brown.
• Choice of angular (bevelled) or rounded (sculptured) frames
• Range of energy ratings available from A – C
• The 1st ever A-rated window was made from VEKA profile
• Wide choice of colours and woodgrain finishes available
• Internally glazed for enhanced security
• 70mm profile, direct replacement for timber or 1st generation PVC-U

Facts about Bethnal Green

History

Bethnal Green was a smaller set of homesteads and cottages, a hamlet in the fertile fields of the ancient parish of Stepney, but as population and house-building began local intensification in the 18th century, the church agreed to found a fully-functional daughter church — as a parish with benefice (for its priest) and vestry (for its people) in 1743. This became part of the metropolis in 1855 and the County of London in 1889. The civil parish became a Metropolitan Borough in 1900, one of the direct forebears of the 1965-created London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

In what would become northern Bethnal Green (known as Cambridge Heath) a tract of common land, which stretched to the east and west, belonged to the old Stepney Manor to the south. The heath was used as pasture where people grazed their sheep in the 13th century, though 1275 records suggest at least one house stood there.

General Info

Bethnal Green is an area in the East End of London 1 mile (1.6 km) northeast of Liverpool Street station. It has two Overground stations (one being named Cambridge Heath) and one Underground station. It currently also gives its name to an electoral ward of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and co-encompasses St Peter’s ward (emulating its Anglican daughter parish to that saint).Part of the area holds conservation area status, chiefly due to protected small, public greens and listed buildings.The area emerged from the hamlet which developed around the Green, much of which survives today as Bethnal Green Gardens, beside Cambridge Heath Road.

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