RW Abergavenny
RW Abergavenny

Windows and Doors

RW Abergavenny has completed a vast number of window and door replacement installations. Working mainly with market leading PVCu in white, woodgrain and endless colours to provide maintenance free highly insulated replacement to your old defective draughty inefficient windows and doors. We also install hand made hardwood and softwood windows.  All work is carried out under the watchful eye of FENSA which ensures your new windows and doors comply with the current building regulations. Having your windows and doors fitted and compliant to the current building regulations is law and an essential requirement especially when it comes to selling your house.

All installations come with an insurance back guarantee as standard

Fine example of a replacement window installation
PVCu Windows and doors in a range of colours now available
Colour windows increasing. Above shows a Black on white installation

A beautiful example of a bespoke hardwood window.

This replacement window was hand made using Iroko hardwood, a perfect replica of the original one.

A fine example of the individuality of our work..

 

 

The flexibility of our colour range makes almost anything possible.

The window pictured was manufactured using PVCu black outerframe and whitegrain sash, inside is all white. Glazing included whitegrain Georgian bar which rounded off a perfect replacement. 

This complimented the property beautifully.

 

Address

RW Abergavenny

Timbercraft Park

Llangattock

Crickhowell

Powys

NP8 1HW

 

Tel: 01873 776161

Mobile: 07979 222444

E-mail: richard@rwabergavenny.co.uk

 

 

Proprietor: Richard Wright

Business hours

 

Office Hours 8am to 6pm

24hrs emergency service

 

 

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