Window & Door Installation Company’s New Offer Opens Up To Great Response

Premium Bifolding Doors is a Windows & Door Installation Company based in Ruislip, Greater London. The proprietor, Paul Barrett, has over 20 years of experience in the home construction industry. He now covers London and the South East.

Ruislip, United Kingdom - February 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Premium Bifolding Doors now offers its services to Greater London & the South East.

[Ruislip, U.K.] dated 12 February: Folding doors or concertina doors date back to the ancient Roman city Pompeii.

Today, such doors are in huge demand due to their aesthetic appearance and functionality.

Premium Bifolding Doors is a windows and doors installation company that provides high quality bifolding doors and various types of windows, porches and conservatories.

The company offers a range of window styles to help create an energy efficient home with their range of uPVC and aluminium replacement windows.

Styles offered include: Casement, Box Sash, Tilt and Turn and Secondary Glazing.

For doors, the emphasis is on home security combined with style.

Multi point locking uPVC or aluminium doors are provided. Styles include: Composite Front Doors, French Doors, Sliding Patio Doors and Bifolding/Sliding Doors.

All windows and doors are offered in contemporary and traditional design.

Home owners can be assured that all glass used by Premium Bifolding Doors will reduce outside noise levels.

The company does recommend the use of secondary glazing for home owners that live on a busy road.

PB Doors & Windows is owned by Paul Barrett who has over 3 decades of experience in the building industry.

He has been recognised and accredited by professional organisations like FENSA, Origin, Consumer Protection Association and BBA.

Mr Barrett takes prides in giving each of his clients a bespoke quotation.

He personally visits each of his clients at their home (or office) to prepare an estimate.

The visit typically lasts 30 minutes and this includes time for taking measurements and a brief explanation of how the installation service works.

Paul Barrett was quoted:

“We are a friendly window and door installation company. We specialise in BiFolds and many types of windows, porches and conservatories. PB Doors has been in business for over 20 years and has a proven track record. We offer free quotes to our customers in person”.

After receiving a number of requests, the company has now decided to expand its services from Greater London and now services the South East of England for larger projects.

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Barrett
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Organization: PB Doors & Windows
Address: 8 Rufus Cl, Ruislip, England HA4 0QU, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-20-8629-1467
Website: https://www.pbdoors.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 480913

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