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Home improvement solutions for properties in Cheshire

Crystal Living have been designing and installing home improvement solutions across Cheshire and the North West of England for over 25 years. Our unique design and installation service makes us the best when it comes to home improvements. From traditional timber window upgrades to the latest composite doors, we’re sure to have worked on a property near you.

With our main offices and showroom located in Poynton, in between Manchester and Macclesfield, we are conveniently situated to serve customers throughout Cheshire. With a vast wealth of local knowledge, you can be sure that we have the best solution for your property upgrade.

Add style and class to your Cheshire home

Whether you live in a larger town like Nantwich or Congleton, or one of Cheshire’s many highly desirable villages, our extensive product range has something to suit all styles of property. From the impressive riverside mansions in Chester to the bustling town of Warrington, our experts have the answers to all your home improvement plans.

Cheshire is home to some of the most impressive properties in the whole of England. Large 4 and 5 bedroom detached properties are scattered around the Cheshire countryside. From the upmarket Manchester suburbs of Altrincham and Alderley Edge to the rural idylls of Tarporley and Beeston, we’ve got the local knowledge to help you make the most out of your property.

If you are lucky enough to live in Cheshire, are you making the most out of your home? If you live one of Cheshire’s many period properties, by upgrading your windows to something from our timber range you can increase your home’s energy efficiency while ensuring that your home retains its period character. Alternatively, you may reside in a large 1930’s semi-detached property in Runcorn or Widnes. These post war homes offer extensive outdoor space, thus being ideal for extension. We have lots of conservatories and orangeries to choose from, to help you unlock the potential of your outdoor space.

The best choice for your Cheshire home

At Crystal Living, we want to help you to improve your standard of living. Our team of designers and installers have the skills and experience to make your dreams become reality. Contact Crystal Living today to find out more about improving your Cheshire home.

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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!"

Steve and Veronica Williams

We searched for a company that would give us style, build quality and costs that wouldn’t go through the stratosphere. We knew it had to be Crystal Living after our visit to the showrooms. From the first, Crystal Living teams gave us a vision and then made it happen. Sean Deighan’s design took account of our site-an established garden, size and proportions and the history of the building. The work teams arrived as planned, according to the work schedule. Knowledgeable, meticulous managers regularly assessed progress. Communication with us, as the clients, was exemplary. Nothing was too much trouble. Ours was not a big project but it was delivered with the painstaking care that is a feature of Crystal Living’s service.

Linda Shaw

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.

Pam and Barry Wilson

Thank you very much for all your kind help and work to install a lovely door and surround. It looks very contemporary – we have already had some comments and it makes a real positive difference to the appearance of the house.

Maria and Simon Auxon and family

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