Glassier Window Systems was established in 1982, aiming to build a wood effect double glazing window company based on honesty, integrity, quality, service and value.
In Worcestershire, Glassier established itself as a window, doors, conservatories and extensions supplier in 1982. Their aim back then was to form a company that was honest, had integrity and only provided its customers with good value, great service and the highest quality possible. It is for this reason Evolution made them an official wood effect installer and they have continued to grow and expand and now service not just Worcestershire, but also much of the West Midlands, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Herefordshire.
Although much has changed over the years that have passed since the early 80's, Glassier has not. That's not to say they haven't moved with the times and have always tried to supply what the customer demanded. As a result, they only install the most innovative and efficient windows and doors available on the market, such as Evolution windows and doors.
Compared to other companies out there, they do not subcontract the work they do for you. It is always handled by their long-serving and highly experienced installation team. They know that each individual customer has different needs to the next which is why their services and solutions are always painstakingly tailor-made. It all begins with a survey, taking note of what you need and then offering you their expert advice, recommendations and quoting you. When chosen to carry out your work, their main focus is your wood effect window installation and ensuring it is done to the same standards their customers in the past know us for.
Worcester RoadDrakes BroughtonPershoreWorcestershireWR10 2AG
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