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French Doors Bethnal Green

If you live in Bethnal Green, French doors are a very common addition to many homes. You may wish to swap your patio doors for more traditional French doors. This is a very simple when you call Walthamstow Window Company Ltd. We supply made to measure French doors so, we make sure they fit your opening precisely.

We supply and fit only the highest quality uPVC doors, available in an array of configurations to suit your home. All our doors are energy efficient ‘A-Rated’ and come with Ultion multi-point locking systems for added security. They are so secure, there is a £1000 guarantee if anyone breaks the lock to gain entry.

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French Doors in Bethnal Green,
East London & Surrounding Counties

Our made to measure upvc french doors offer an attractive alternative to conventional sliding patio doors. A set of french doors adds a charming, quintessential country garden touch to your home. The extensive opening allows unrestricted access, whilst maximising on light and ventilation. They serve as a practical entry into your conservatory, garden or patio and are perfect for prolonging summer evenings by bringing the outside in when the sun goes down.

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Our French doors are a great way to create an easy transition to the garden. Opening outwards they enable you to fully utilise the space indoors whilst enabling maximum light and ventilation. They offer great versatility with the ability to lock one leaf closed or to open up both doors by securing them with cabin hooks to avoid them swinging shut in the wind.

Buying new French doors does not have to be stressful.

Bring va-va-voom into your room with one of our French Doors. A modern take on a traditional style, our French Doors allow you to flood your home with natural light and make the most of outdoor views without compromising on security.

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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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