Showcasing The Very Best Eden Windows Work

February looks as though it will be as frantic as January was for Eden Windows so far as installations are concerned and we couldn’t be more pleased about it.

The eden of Kent has officially gone home improvement crazy and we’re extremely thankful that so many are opting to choose us ahead of any other firm.

We may only be a week and a bit into the month but we’re already able to showcase a highly eclectic collection of newly completed jobs that perfectly encapsulates what we do.

Firstly, take a look at the colossal conservatory above installed in Greenhithe.

What really stands out about this particular job is not just how extensive the design is but the presence of vertical sliders and real sandstone cills. You’d think it was part of the original build.

A further conservatory has been fitted in Kings Hill as you can see below.

Kinghill conservatory

We made a concerted effort to ensure that the brickwork utilised in the design closely resembled the brickwork of the house and without sounding too pleased with ourselves we think we’ve achieved our goal.

If you already own a conservatory that no longer provides the level of thermal efficiency it did when first fitted then we can replace it with a modern equivalent as we have done by exchanging an out-of-date design for this green on cream aluminium replacement conservatory.

Green on cream conservatory

The strength of the aluminium frames will put a permanent stop to draughts and heat loss.

We can also replace old PVC bi-folds just as we did here.

Eden bi-folds

Most bi-folding doors tend to be positioned so that they sit between the inside of the home and external environment of the garden. Why be conventional though?

These 3-metre tall black Origin bi-folds with low threshold have been incorporated into a Kent garage so that the client has easier access when storing their caravan.

Garage bi-folds


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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