Bi-fold doors can create a whole new feel to your home, whether you want to use them internally or externally. They can be chosen to match the existing style of your home and can provide a smooth transition between rooms, or between indoor and outdoor space. More and more people are choosing these doors over standard doors and adding that extra touch to their homes.
Our Customers Say
Hi Warren.Just a quick note to say thank you to your team for fitting the window this morning. They have done a cracking job.The window looks fantastic, and they left the bathroom tidier and c…
Matt Lister. Cheadle Hulme. 2017.
I just want to say thanks so much for the fascia works – the lads were really great and it looks lovely.
Sarah - Graymarsh Property Services. 2014.
Ruth & I would like to thank all at Wilmslow Glass for the dismantling & replacement of our conservatory. Even though we still need to decorate it, it look a million times better than the old one. Plu…
Peter Gray, Birchinall Close, Macclesfield 2014
Great Thanks to you, Warren and the team for an excellent job.The service, product quality and workmanship have been the highest form start to finish.
Peter Santo, High Lane, 2014.
Just to let you know we are very pleased with the new windows, they look terrific, It’s so lovely and now all the rooms feel enormous. The bathroom window has made a huge difference, it’s so much …
Helen and Stuart Small, Cheadle Hulme, 2015.
We just wanted to say how pleased we are with the work.
Mrs Wilkinson, Handforth, 2015
Your men have just completed the job – looks excellent and we are both very pleased.
M A Stanley, Lymm, 2015.
The french doors look lovely, the lads have done a great job. Thanks for all your help, too.
Matt & Rachel
Hi Gaynor,I just wanted to say a big thanks to yourself and Derek for sorting out my front door.It has reassured me that I made the right decision in choosing a local, recommended company beca…
Mike James Congleton 2016
We are really pleased with the windows and doors, the lads were very efficient and professional – well done them.
Liz Kirk Bollington 2016