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For 2017, blue is expected to be the on trend colour for home improvements. With such a variety of tones and shades - from sky and royal blue to teals and navy - it’s easy to find one to complement your home. Why not consider duck egg or steel blue to really keep on trend with your windows this year?
From bright reds to elegant creams you are bound to fall in love with one of our colours. Make your windows stand out or allow them to blend with the colours of the rest of your property. We can help with whatever your ideas are.Request Brochure
Whichever type of window you choose, you can have your pick of colours. Aluminium windows come in a wide range of colours, so making them your own is not a problem. Our hardwood windows are hand-painted with precise attention to detail taken to give a professional finish. For our uPVC windows, the paint we use is extremely durable and won’t flake or crack leaving you with very little maintenance to keep your windows looking as good as new.
Visit our Cheshire showroom to get a feel for your new windows and choose your window colour in person. You can also get advice tailored for your home by one of our expert design consultants.
Thank you so much to all who have been involved with the building of my conservatory. I am now so pleased with it. The quality of workmanship and commitment to high standards was great.
We greatly appreciated the close attention to detail, the liaison when the bad weather threatened progress and the clearing and tidying afterwards, all our visitors when seeing it for the first time just say "wow!"
Thank you all for creating our wonderful ‘dream conservatory’ which we are thrilled with. It has exceeded all our expectations and will be enjoyed for many years to come.
A huge thank you to all at Crystal who we’re involved in the planning and building of our lovely new extension. And a very special thanks to Shaun for his brilliant design. We are absolutely delighted with the finished result.