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What is the Difference Between Composite and uPVC Doors?

1st October 2018 | Doors

For some people, picking a new door is a little bit of a guessing game....

Meet the Team: George

17th September 2018 | Meet the Team

A Day in the Life of a Sheerwater Glass Sales Advisor We'd like to...

Meet the Team: Tom

20th August 2018 | Meet the Team

A Day in the Life of a Sheerwater Glass Installer Tom is one of the...

5 Reasons to Install a VELUX Window

6th August 2018 | Windows

We’ve seen all the latest and greatest innovations when it comes to...

Meet the Team: Andy

23rd July 2018 | Meet the Team

A Day in the Life of a Sheerwater Glass Installer Meeting our customers...

Timber or Woodgrain uPVC: How do you choose?

9th July 2018 | Doors, Windows

It’s a hot topic in the world of windows & door – timber or...

Meet the Team: Stef

25th June 2018 | Meet the Team

A Day in the life of a Sheerwater Glass Installer Stef, one of our very...

Summer Security Tips for Your Home

11th June 2018 | Doors, Windows

We’re used to the typical British weather, but what we’re not used...

Meet the Team: Beth

24th May 2018 | Meet the Team

A Day in the Life at Sheerwater Glass  Beth joined Sheerwater Glass...

Bi-Fold or Sliding Doors: Our Guide to Help You Decide

15th May 2018 | Doors

Both bi-fold and sliding doors are effective in welcoming more light...

Fensa Registered Company

FENSA is an acronym for the ‘Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme’. Set up by the Glass and Glazing Federation, it allows double glazing companies to self-certify compliance with Building Regulations. There are several reasons why you should check for the FENSA logo when looking to have new windows and doors fitted in your home.

QA National Warranties

The insurance intermediary company QANW is responsible for protecting consumers through insurance policies. QANW has been in the business for over 25 years and has formed close associations with various building contractors and trade associations throughout the UK.

City & Guilds - Level 3 Qualified

The educational organisation City & Guilds are known for their vast levels of assessment, offering employees and workforces with the skills they require for many years. This seal of approval provided through their accreditation gives customers the confidence they require. Two of our employees, one in management and the other in our service department are qualified to City & Guilds level 3. This level of accreditation is highly sought after, with City & Guilds working with some of the leading brands of various sectors to offer the highest standard of training. The accreditation offered by City & Guilds is valued significantly, showcasing a business’s expertise, dedication and knowledge. In achieving this level of qualification, customers can feel assured that they are receiving the highest standard of work and customer service. City & Guilds and the City & Guilds logo are trademarks of the City and Guilds of London Institute and used under licence.

Checkatrade - Proud Members

Finding a tradesman is not always an easy task, especially when you’re unsure whether he or she is trustworthy. After all, you’ll be inviting this person into your private home, so you need make sure that they are reliable.

GQA Qualified

GQA Qualifications is an Awarding Organisation for specialist sectors and occupational roles. Qualifications cover the Glass, Construction, Coating and Print industries.

PASMA Tower Trained

Our team are fully trained in the assembling, dismantling, moving and inspecting mobile access towers and working at height.

BFRC Rated

Our products are BFRC rated, an independent verification of the energy efficiency of our windows and doors. BFRC rated energy efficient windows and energy efficient doors carry a ‘rainbow’ label.

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