The Bespoke Window Company have a wealth of fitting experience and are dedicated to installing the correct type of Evolution wood effect windows and doors to suit a period or modern property.
The Bespoke Window Company, formally known as The Harborne Sash Window Company, was first launched in 2006, after the director Mark Jephcott at great difficulty finding a sash window supplier in the local area for a period building he was renovating. The goal was to ensure it never happened to anyone again.
Mark’s experience in the renovation business and with Evolution wood effect windows and doors mean that they have a clear understanding of what can and can't be done with just about any building. You can rest assured that their qualified and experienced team of fitters, who are employed by The Bespoke Window Company and not subcontractors, will help to guide you towards choosing the best Evolution wood effect windows for your building.
Nowadays, everything is either standardised or has awkward proportions, but their goal has never changed. Their bespoke design service exists to give their customers exactly what they need. So, it doesn't matter what finishes you want or the sizes needed, The Bespoke Window Company will be able to supply and install the best windows for your property and lifestyle.
112-116 Park Hill RoadHarborneBirminghamWest MidlandsB17 9HD
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