Halstead Glass is a local, independently owned, family run double glazing windows & door company just north of Braintree and Chelmsford in Essex, and an installer of Evolution wood effect windows.
Halstead Glass is an Essex-based family-owned and ran business headed by Bob Marshall with support from Anne his wife and George, their son. As a company in the competitive double glazing and home improvements industry, they put their success down to their simple philosophy, to offer the best quality in terms of wood effect products and workmanship in Essex for the best prices.
They put a lot of effort into ensuring their business is not like the plethora of others operating in the industry these days. You know the ones, with pushy salesmen and untidy, messy workers who are more than likely subcontracted. If you choose Halstead Glass you will get none of that. What you will get instead is a service that is tailored to suit your needs and requirements and that is why they are an authorised supplier of Evolution wood effect windows and doors.
The prices they set for their products and services provide real value and are not designed to rip you off. Customers return to them for further work because of the quality of their services and products and in fact, most new clients they get are from previous customers recommendations and referrals. Another thing they are careful about is after-sales care. They don't treat this as an afterthought, so you know you will be supported from the initial acceptance of a quote to the completion of the work and afterwards too.
5 Broton DriveHalsteadBraintreeEssexCO9 1HB
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