Weru Windows offers an unrivaled approach to installation of wood effect windows and customer service, with over twelve thousand installations from the small terrace to multi million pound luxury homes and commercial developments.
The team at Weru Windows UK are proud of their long-running business relationship with one of the biggest companies in the European market, German-based Weru. They have worked together for three decades and are known now as the main Weru dealer in the north of the country. Their high standard of work meant that they are also authorised suppliers of Evolution wood effect windows and doors in Lancashire.
If the more than 30 years we have had in the business have taught them anything it is the importance of the showroom in the journey of a customer from looking for Evolution windows and doors to having a product successfully installed in their home that they are happy with. It has always been their aim to make it as easy and accessible for customers to see up close and personal their range of services and products.
Arguably the single most important part of an Evolution wood effect door or window installation is the actual installation itself, which is why since they started installing for customers in 1985, they have made sure all the work they carry out is in accordance with recognised standards. they never subcontract their work out, so if you invest in windows or doors through them, it will be their own team who installs your products.
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