Whether you are modernising with casement windows, restoring your home with timber sashes, or adding space with a conservatory, Peerless Windows offers you exceptional quality at an unbeatable price. Our skilled team of engineers have decades of experience and will install your home improvements with utmost care and to the best standards.
At Peerless Windows we don’t just offer one standard profile on our products like most companies. We try to give you that little extra; from our Timber, Aluminium and uPVC products you will find we can give you too much choice. If you are not sure exactly what you are after, don’t worry, our sales consultant will be able to explain all the available options to you. Still not sure? Then pop into our main showroom and have a look around.
We do not use high pressure sales techniques or remain at your home for longer than necessary. We also send you a quote in the post or by email so you can look through at your leisure. Phone us to arrange a relaxed & friendly consultation in your own home, where we can really show you the options available. If you find what you’re after, and we get a feeling you will, you will be on your way to that renovation or home improvement.
Burglars usually gain entry to your home through a window or door. So you’re windows security is high on the agenda. it’s important for you to select windows with adequate locking devices. You also need to think about the window itself – the frame must be of high quality and able to withstand hard knocks.
Peerless Windows offers the Espagnolette locking system, an extremely robust multi-point lock that offers exceptional security. When locked, your door or window will bolt itself into the top of the frame and the floor, as well as at the handle, giving it even structural strength throughout. Any would-be burglars would have to attack the lock at all points to gain entrance, delaying their attempts until the alarm is raised.
Current minimum building regulations require either ‘C’ rated windows or a ‘u’ value of 1.6 or lower. Make your home warmer by upgrading to an ‘A’ rated window or improve to a ‘u’ value. Windows play an integral role in creating an energy efficient home and situated in the right spot, they will help maintain a comfortable home, all year round. However, misplaced windows can greatly increase the energy you use. For example, if you live in a cold climate, and your windows are predominantly facing south, you will get no natural light to help heat up your home.
Our expert consultants will help you find the perfect position for your windows, and once installed our high-grade low emissivity windows will ensure your home stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Noise pollution is a well known consequence of living in the modern world. Its effects on us can include stress, loss of sleep, reduced concentration and even increased risk of heart disease over prolonged periods. Most noise pollution enters homes via the windows and doors, so with triple glazing installed the amount of acoustic pollution entering your home will drop extensively.
If the roof, floors and walls of a house have been insulated and the windows and doors have been ignored, this will result in heat loss. So with this instance in mind triple glazing keeps the standard of insulation within a house constant with the rest of the house.
Think about the design of windows required and how much breeze you would like in that area. Fixed pane windows don’t open so they provide no ventilation, trickle vents can help with ventilation, damp and other possible issues. Sash or double-hung windows open right up so they provide maximum ventilation.
When you are considering ventilation, you can’t focus on just one window; you need to think about the whole room. All this may seem a lot to think about, but our friendly staff are on hand to give you help and advice and to guide you through your home improvement experience.
At the moment I’m doing some serious rethinking of my house and garden. The first thing to change was getting new windows. Though it sounds a totally over the top, i honestly feel it has changed my life. After more than a decade i finally have windows i can open. The fitters, Graham and Dave, couldn’t have been more pleasent to have around, arriving with their own massive tub of baby wipes and a long peice of protective carpet for the hall. And they totally indulged me on the subject of plants, twistng the wisteria buds back into the main stemso they didn’t break them while they were sealing the new windows in. - Emma Townshend, Independant on Sunday Colmnist.
We would like to commend Peerless on the professionalism and workmanship of everyone we delt with: office staff, surveyor and especially the installers who left our home in an excellent condition. - Prof. Michael Stumpf, Pinner.
As usual, the team of installers did a mavelous job – always very considerate and good at tidying up. - Mrs Tebbutt, Ealing.
The Chaps were considerate and worked well together. - Mrs Atkinson, Ealing.
Work was completed punctually, neatly and was well finished. We are very pleased with the product.
- Mr Mackersie, Ealing.
Very pleased with the job – will definitely have you back for more and recommend you to friends.
- Mr O’Leary, Hanwell.
I will recommend your company to others. Friendly efficient workmen and excellent product too.
- Mr & Mrs Riglia, Osterley.
Thank you so much for the fantastic job on the windows and French doors. It’s so fantastic to have such professionals working on our home!
- A letter from Rebecca to an engineer.
Very professional and hard working men. Thank you.
- Mrs Dredge, West London.
They did a fantastic job and were very helpful explaining everything (including how not to open our top floor windows!). I will certainly recommend Peerless Windows.
- Mr Gurton, Ealing
On time, very careful installation, Kevin cleaned up beautifully. Perfect in everyway! Thanks.
- Mrs Brooks, Ealing.
Thank you – Everything went very smoothly!
- Mr & Mrs Horwich, Ealing
I am happy with the work Kevin and Joe have done and would recommend them to anyone!
- Mrs Owens, Ealing