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Working out of Sheerwater since 1972, we’ve spent decades helping homeowners in the Borough of Woking to transform their properties for the better. Working all the way from Sutton Green to Byfleet and Brookwood and building up a reputation for excellent products and a personable service along the way, our industry accreditations and excellent reviews are evidence of what you can expect from us.
Do you require replacement windows? No matter the age and style of your Woking home, rest assured that you can find a suitable solution with Sheerwater Glass. We offer uPVC, aluminium, timber and timber-effect windows in a wide selection of styles. We’re also proud to offer our exclusive uPVC slimline windows – the slimmest uPVC windows currently available!
Choose from double glazed windows and triple glazing too. Although, we also have secondary glazing available, so if you happen to live in one of the 27 conservation areas in the Woking borough and you want to improve the performance of your home with quality products without affecting its exterior appearance, you can!Why we are Surrey’s leading window specialists
Is your Woking home in need of a new top quality front door or back door? Our entrance doors are sturdy, low maintenance and keep the heat in your home, so you can always feel comfortable in your home in more ways than one. Front doors come in a variety of materials like composite and uPVC.
But if you’re thinking about how to open up your home to light, air and the feeling of more space, you should consider one of our patio door solutions. We have bifolding, French and sliding doors available in a wide range of colours and configurations, so there is an option available to suit any requirements!Our quick explanation for the different types of external doors
If you’re a little strapped for space at home, you should consider one of our glazed extensions. Each comes tailor-made to your exact requirements, so whatever your reasons for wanting more space, we can help you to create a home office, gym, living or games room, kitchen, or something else entirely!All you need to know about buying conservatories in Surrey!
We have a double glazing showroom located in Sheerwater, so it’s just a short drive away for any residents in the Borough of Woking, even if you’re located in Brookwood or Sutton Green!
We’ve got a good selection of home improvement products on display here and seeing them for yourself is the best way to determine what’s right for your home. You’ll also have a chance to speak to members of our friendly team, who will happily provide their expert home improvement advice to help you achieve your dream home.6 questions to ask in a windows showroom in Surrey
Those living in the Borough of Woking are fortunate that the area is home to some of the most charming period homes in the country. And if you happen to live in one of them, we’ve got a selection of products that will boost your period home’s performance whilst retaining its historical charm.
Choose from flush sash or vertical sliding windows, or if you prefer a more cost-effective solution, we also install mock sash windows. Timber doors are ideal if you need a new front or back door, whilst a set of French doors can help you bring the light into your period home. You could also increase your living space with a Victorian or Edwardian conservatory, or maybe even a luxurious orangery.3 elements to consider when choosing replacement windows in an AONB
If you’re on the market for something discernibly more modern, we’ve got plenty of suitable products available too. Check out our stunning aluminium sliding doors and chic bifolds, both of which are renowned for their impeccably slim slightlines. Our aluminium windows are just as well known for their slimline framework.
For any flat roof structures, you can transform them with our aluminium roof lanterns, which are known for their slim frames and largely glazed designs – perfect for flooding your home with more natural light.How to mix Georgian house features with modern windows & doors