Strata Windows have been serving their local area since 1981 and we are proud to say that they are approved installers of Evolution wood effect windows and doors.
Strata Windows have been serving their local area since 1981 and their belief that price, quality, and service are all essential if you want to be customer focused means that over that time have built up a fantastic reputation. It is this reputation that meant we are proud to say that they are approved installers of Evolution wood effect windows and doors.
They are based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, and have a fully stocked showroom with their full product range on show and have highly trained advisors on hand to help you make the best choice for you and your home. While based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, they serve the wider North West counties of Cheshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire and Manchester.
Their experience and expertise means that you can be sure you will have the right experience from the moment you first get in touch all the way through to completion of your project. One way they ensure this happens is by assigning a dedicated project manager to your project which means that you have a primary point of contact and someone who knows all the details of your specific project.
It is the details such as this that mean your Evolution wood effect windows will look just as good on your home as they do in their 7 days a week showroom.
Forge LaneFestival ParkStoke On TrentStaffordshireST1 5NP
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