Secure Products, Secure Investment

The very thought of someone breaking into your home whether you’re in at the time or not is enough to make you feel sick in the pit of your stomach.

Just think of the many precious valuable and sentimental belongings that reside in your home and just imagine how you would feel were they to be taken away from you without permission, possibly never to be seen again. It’s the last thing that anybody wants.

So whilst those who come to Eden Windows for home improvements regularly do so because they want to elevate the appearance of their property, they also need reassurance that their new windows, doors, conservatory or orangery will offer around-the-clock protection.

Secure products are a speciality of Eden Windows as the above picture demonstrates.

It shows an attempted break-in through a product that we recently fitted. Fortunately for the respective homeowner the shot bolts have done their job extraordinarily well and managed to thwart the attempts of the wannabe thief.

Before any of our products go on sale they’re each rigorously tested so that they surpass secure standards and are affixed with a state-of-the-art locking mechanism which when locked proves virtually unbreakable even when under extreme duress.

The guarantee supplied by Eden Windows gives you further peace of mind as it covers you in the event of any of our products failing to do their job properly.

You won’t give a second thought to leaving your home unoccupied and you’ll sleep soundly at night when you choose Eden that’s for sure.

On a separate note, take a look at this double roof conservatory with a central box gutter and supporting steel; yet another fine example of our work and similarly secure to everything else we offer.

Double roof conservatory

Fancy a conservatory of your own in time for summer? Give us a call today or visit our showroom.


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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