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If you're looking for quality double glazed windows & doors in the Chelsea area, our skilled team of engineers have decades of experience and will install your home improvements with utmost care and to the best standards. If you are not sure exactly what you are after, don’t worry, our Chelsea 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..
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Peerless Windows Services
Here are just some of the services and products that we have to offer:
Timber Windows: Box Sash, Timber Windows, Tile and Turn Windows, Heritage Profile Windows and Wooden Sash Windows
PVC-u: PVC-u Sash, PVC-u triple glazing (with Pilkington glass OptiwhiteA – thermal efficiency)
Aluminium: Aluminium casement windows
Doors: Traditional composite doors, Patio doors, Stable doors, Bi-folding doors and French doors
Secondary Glazing: Horizontal Sliding Secondary Glazing, Lift Out Secondary Glazing and Secondary Glazing Combination Units
Chelsea is in the South-East of England, very close to London (Slightly to the SW of London).The name Chelsea derives from the Anglo Saxons. In Old English it means “Landing place for Chalk and Limestone”. In Anglo Saxon, it translates to “Chalk Wharf”.The Manor of Chelsea’s records show that the governor of the palace during King Edward the confessor’s time in power, otherwise known as Thurstan, gave the land to the Abbot of Westminster. The Abbot then gave the land and the manor to his mother, thereafter it became privately owned. In 1536 King Henry VIII obtained the Manor of Chelsea from Lord Sandys. Some important people lived in or near the manor, for example, Thomas More lived practically next door to the manor; Queen Elizabeth I lived in the manor when she was younger; 2 of Henry VIII’s wives, Catherine Parr and Anne of Cleves, lived in the manor for some time. Charles II established the Chelsea Royal Hospital, which beforehand was the site of a theological college, founded by James I.
Chelsea has always been a popular destination for the rich and wealthy. By 1694 Chelsea it even had a population of approximately 3000. But Chelsea was still considered a rural area and functioned as a garden market up until the 19th century, where it finally became recognised as a metropolitan area. Nowadays, Chelsea is a modernised town and is host to some important places/events, such as the Chelsea Flower Show, Stamford Bridge the home of Chelsea Football Club, etc.
Peerless Windows has been established for 29 years and is a family-run business. All of our windows and doors are made to your individual specification which allows you to design the product of your choice.Peerless Windows are a FENSA registered company and guaranteed protection through the GGF (Glass and Glazing Federation).