Trade Windows Ltd Bexleyheath have disappeared
Phone 020 8301 6969
If you call Trade Windows phone number the line is dead!
Trades Windows fitted a lot of double glazed windows and doors in the Bexleyheath and surrounding areas.
Please be aware I am not connected or associated in any way with Trades Windows Ltd. However, I am able to offer a reliable cost effective local repair service and do not have a call out fee.
I stock and carry most of the parts to fix Trade Windows Ltd doors, windows and conservatory
If your windows or doors are only 1 year old or over 20 years old, 9 times out of 10 we can fix them and get them working like new again.
The Window Wizard van is stocked with all the most common repair and replacement parts for most makes of double glazing.
From a wobbly window handle to a front door hanging off its hinges, we can fix it.
Give us a call on 020 8310 4193 and we will give you a fixed price to repair your double glazing.
Yes, Unfortunately if the company such as Trade Windows Ltd have gone bust or the Ltd company dissolved then your guarantee goes with them, unless it was insurance backed.
No, sorry but your FENSA Certificate does not act as a back up guarantee. Here is an example; if your Double Glazing windows, doors or conservatory were fitted after 2002, and registered with FENSA (or another company such as Certass) the customer are normally offered the chance to take an insurance back guarantee in case the company goes bust. However, some companies give their customers the insurance backed guarantee. Therefore if you are Offered an Insurance Backed Guarantee, the customer pays for it, BUT if you are Given an Insurance Backed Guarantee,the company pays for it. This is Normally provided by the Glass Glazing Federation.
The Window Wizard can help with all your UPVC Double Glazed Repairs installed by dissolved companies or companies that are still trading. We do not have a call out fee and fixed prices are given on the phone. Many large installers charge a call out fee if the warranty has now become out of date.