Silent View Windows Oxford is based in Thame and are specialists in high quality wood effect double glazing windows and doors for a wide variety of domestic and commercial clients throughout Oxfordshire.
At Silent View Windows, they are pleased to say that they are a family-run business that was set-up with the goal of supplying and installing only glazing products of the highest quality, including Evolution wood effect windows and doors. They are proud of their professional, yet warm and friendly service and derive a real joy from helping you to enhance your home or property at very reasonable prices.
Although they are based in Chinnor, their portfolio of past installations includes towns and cities far and wide across this region of the country, including Abingdon, Bicester, Witney, Sydenham, Thame and many other more. Regardless of whether you have a small or big job that needs undertaking, they have a wide range of products and services that can be tailored to your unique requirements.
They offer a Supply Only service. However, if you opt to have your wood effect windows and doors both supplied and installed by their highly experienced team, you can relax knowing that the work will be carried out by a company registered with FENSA. their attention to detail is evident from the moment they first speak to you to when their installation team completes the work.
4 Thame RoadChinnorOxfordshireOX39 4QS
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