Eden Windows Hit Record Highs

September and October have proved particularly memorable for Eden Windows following record sales during both months.

However, October even eclipsed September, actually turning out to be the best month we’ve ever had.

By all accounts it looks as though November and December could be just as fruitful for the firm as we are already booking work in for the New Year.

To cope with this unprecedented influx of work we have recently taken on a brand new fitting team who we hope will help take us to even greater heights.

It’s a good time to start planning ahead and thinking about improving your home in 2016 as it gives you something to look forward to and will give you a better property. You just need to settle on which home improvements you need the most.

If your energy bills are becoming too expensive and you find yourself going without heat at crucial times of the year then you definitely need new windows and doors.

Our replacement windows and doors will put a halt to those cold draughts that get through and enable you to reduce the current reliance you have on your boiler, meaning cheaper bills in the long-term.

If it’s a shortage of space that’s causing you major issues then the installation of a conservatory, orangery or glass extension will rectify the problem.

The floor space offered by each of these options is extremely generous giving you opportunity to introduce a luxury living area or delectable dining room into the house.

Even the fitting of new roofline can enhance your home as it will make it look more aesthetically-pleasing and reduce the chances of leakages by making the roof watertight. Failing to see to underperforming roofline can cause you a lasting headache.

We’re never too busy for our customers, so make the first move towards more pleasurable home living and contact us today.


Everyone is welcome to come in and browse around our Gillingham Showroom in Kent, where our friendly sales team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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