Based in Winsford, Cheshire we are ideally suited to supply and fit replacement doors and windows for customers in the local area. Our team of experts has years of experience in the installation of a wide variety of replacement doors and windows in domestic and commercial properties.
We supply and fit doors and windows in uPVC, aluminium, wood and composite at excellent prices. We can install bifold, sliding and French doors to properties in Winsford to your exact specifications. Our window range includes casement, sash and tilt and turns in a variety of styles, finishes and colours. Our expert window installations in Winsford ensure your property is secure, energy-efficient and fully weatherproof.
Select Window Systems is a family firm established in 1990 by Bob Trotter, who identified a need for a reliable local window and door supplier in the Winsford area. With a big emphasis on personal service, the business is now run by Bob's elder son, James, along with surveying staff and experienced door and window installation teams. The company works with top-quality suppliers to provide an extensive portfolio of window and door replacement solutions.
The firm has seen substantial growth in demand for custom-made products, most notably bi-fold and sliding door installations. Select Window Systems is an approved FENSA installer. FENSA is a government-authorised scheme that monitors building regulation compliance for replacement windows and doors. Every FENSA-approved installer is assessed regularly to ensure its high standards are continually maintained.
Winsford is a town in Cheshire West and lies on the River Weaver south of Northwich and west of Middlewich. The town grew around the salt mining industry and underwent a major expansion in the 1960s with the development of new housing estates, shopping centres and commercial areas.
Cheshire Fire Service and the Cheshire Police have moved their headquarters to Winsford and the town is a popular commuter spot close to the business hubs of Liverpool, Manchester, Stoke-On-Trent, Crewe and Chester. There are believed to be more than 4,000 empty homes in WInsford and the council has schemes to encourage the owners of empty properties to bring them back into use.