Plastic Building Supply and DIY Merchants
Make The Window Store your first choice for plastic building supplies and materials.
At The Window Store we offer a complete range of building supplies and materials including UPVC windows, doors, conservatories, guttering, fascias, soffits, cladding and much more. With a chain of conveniently located trade counters across the South of England and Wales you are never far from a Window Store. Our network of builders merchants continues to expand as does the range of plastic building products we supply.
We manufacture and supply the majority of our plastic building supplies so you are guaranteed to benefit from competitive prices and an outstanding service. With over three decades in business we know what our customers need... quality products at discounted prices, backed by a reliable and convenient service.
As part of the established Epwin Group we can offer stability and experience. Established in 1976 the Epwin Group consists of 30 companies covering various stages of the home improvement product lifestyle; from extrusion, to fabrication, trade supply and even recycling.
Our network of 16 builders merchants are conveniently located across the South of the country; from Swansea to Eastbourne and everywhere in between. We cover Cheltenham, Cardiff, Bridgwater, Yeovil, Exeter, Paignton , Launceston, Truro, Plymouth, Southampton, Heston, Witney, Brighton and Aylesbury. Every branch is easily accessible via major roads, has plenty of parking, offers free local delivery... and there is always a friendly face to greet you and help you get the perfect building product for the job in hand.
Each of our builders merchants provides an extensive range of plastic building supplies and materials to the trade and DIY. Everyone is welcome: builders, carpenters, roofers, window installers and even Mr Jones up the road who needs some screws to fix his guttering. Whoever you are, and whatever you need think The Window Store.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
Bi-folding doors are one of the most popular types of installations among modern homeowners. But like any design feature, they phase in and out of fashion, and it can be difficult to predict which way…read more.
Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
After the wettest winter since…well, the Jurassic Period, apparently, spring is finally bursting out all over. As we welcome the warmer weather and a chance to finally dry out a bit, it’s customary to throw…read more.
Friday, March 7th, 2014
As conservatory installers, you have primary contact with the buying public. So it’s your advice that the customer will seek when they’re planning out their conservatory or orangery. That means the guidance you give them…read more.