Blackthorn Timber Windows specialises in the supply and installation of timber and wood effect windows, doors and conservatories for all types of property.
Blackthorn Timber Windows are timber windows, doors and conservatory supply and installation specialists. Founded in 2009, they are a family business led by Duncan and Caroline Forster who are supported by a team full of dedicated and experienced people. The contribution of everyone from their customer service and sales team to their surveyors and joiners are what has made them a successful company and is why they are now authorised Evolution wood effect windows and door supplier in Tyne and Wear.
Although they are based in Tyne and Wear, they have a reputation of providing highly customised, top quality windows and doors to homeowners from Cumbria and Northumberland all the way up as far as Edinburgh.
Quality is one word that is very much a part of what they do and who they are. When they use the word quality, they don't do so lightly - as a false promise. Whether it is the wood effect windows, orangeries and doors they supply and install or the actual work carried out by their team of tradespeople or just the team on the other end of the phone, they always aim to provide quality.
Blackthorn HouseGreat WhittingtonTyne and WearNE19 2HA
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