REPLACEMENT WINDOWS

TWC’s assortment of windows can be tailored to your style preferences, from the colour finish to the selected hardware.
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TWC WINDOWS

There is truly something for everyone in our wide range of windows when requiring a windows replacement. Whether you live in a traditional period home or a modern property, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for and your Wiltshire or Oxfordshire home will surely be transformed upon installation. TWC’s windows have been beautifully designed to combine style and functionality with only the highest grade of materials used. And with solar control glazing incorporated, our windows are incredibly energy efficient. You can finish the look with our stunning range of colours, which include Mahogany, Rosewood and Golden Oak.

White UPVC Windows

EXTREME UPVC WINDOWS

Our UPVC Extreme Window is far from your standard or ordinary UPVC window design. They are the most advanced UPVC windows on the market.

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Grey Envisage Flush Windows

ENVISAGE FLUSH WINDOWS

Introducing our elegant Envisage flush windows. The traditional flush casement window has been given a modern-day makeover.

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Eclipse Aluminium Windows

ECLIPSE ALUMINIUM WINDOWS

Minimalistic homeowners favour the clean lines of our Eclipse Aluminium windows. The slim profile leaves plenty of space for glazing.

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OUR FINANCE CALCULATOR

See how affordable your home improvement can be with our Finance Calculator.
  • PAY MONTHLY FINANCE Buy now and choose to pay monthly over 60, 120 or 154 months...
  • BUY NOW PAY IN 12 MONTHS Buy now and pay nothing more for 12 months - with no interest...
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60 monthly payments
Deposit
£
Representative APR over 5 years
12.4%
120 monthly payments
Deposit
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Representative APR over 10 years
12.4%
154 monthly payments
Deposit
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Representative APR over 12 years
12.4%
This finance option allows you the convenience and flexibility of spreading the cost of your home improvements over 60, 120 or 154 months*. You must make the minimum repayment each month. However you can also make additional payments and therefore control the length of the loan and the amount of interest you would pay. No security is required on these loans. These calculators are for illustrative purposes only and do not constitute a credit quotation. *120 & 154 months finance only available for orders over £8,000.

Representative Example

Cash Price
£10,000.00
Deposit
£1,000.00
Total Amount of Credit
£9,000.00
Duration of Agreement
60 months
Rate of Interest
12.4% p.a. fixed
Representative APR
12.4% APR
60 Monthly Payments
£199.06
Total Amount Payable
£12,943.60
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Deposit
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Pay within 12 months
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Want to pay in monthly instalments after 12 months rather than one-off payment? Consider this option.
120 monthly payments
Deposit
£
Representative APR over 10 years
19.9%
Pay 10% deposit when you order, and as long as you pay the outstanding balance in full before 12 months has elapsed plus a £29 exit fee, no interest will be charged. If, after 12 months, this is not convenient, you can pay in 120 monthly installments at 19.9% APR Representative. *Deferred for 12 months from the date of completion – £29 exit fee applies if the loan is repaid in full during the deferral period and NO INTEREST will be paid. If the loan is not settled in full within the deferral period, then interest will have accrued from the start of the agreement on any amount still outstanding at the end of the deferral period. Interest will continue to be charged until the agreement is repaid in full. For legal reasons the Representative Example shows interest IF the outstanding balance is NOT paid before the 12 months has elapsed. No security is required on this loan. These calculators are for illustrative purposes only and do not constitute a credit quotation.

Representative Example

Cash Price
£10,000.00
Deposit
£1,000.00
Total Amount of Credit
£9,000.00
Defer By
12 Months
Duration of Agreement
132 Months*
Rate of Interest
19.9% p.a. fixed
Representative APR
19.9% APR
120 Monthly Payments
£193.50
Total Amount Payable
£24,220.00
Settlement Fee
£29.00

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR WINDOWS

We understand that trying to find your perfect windows can be an overwhelming time, especially if you aren’t sure which ones are right for your home. To help you decide we’ve answered some common questions below, if you’d like to talk through your requirements please don’t hesitate to contact our team today for advice.

How to measure for replacement windows?

Measuring up your windows isn’t as hard as it may sound.

You’re not obliged to, but if you’re able to take some rough measurements of your windows and bring them to your design appointment, we’d be ever so grateful as it helps us get to know them.

With a tape measure, record the height and width of the window from inside the house at the top, middle, and bottom, jotting down the smallest width and largest height measurements for correctness. Log the depth of the window frame too and the window diagonals to guarantee squareness. Finally, confirm the window’s style identity, observe any of the opening mechanisms it possesses, and notify us of any obstructions we ought to be aware of.

How long do windows last?

Our windows are design to be durable and long lasting to keep your home energy efficient and secure.

Our material choices, manufacturing techniques, technology, and the all-round skill we possess is how we’ve managed to develop a replacement window range with a life cycle of double the industry standard.

Whichever window style secures your investment, a 20-year guarantee is yours, an almost unrivalled amount of cover. Most window replacements last for half this time, but we don’t feel that goes far enough and insist on supplying windows that make your money go further. Of all the home enhancements you make during your time in your existing home, buying new windows from TWC will rank up there with the best of them, maybe even right at the top.

What information should I bring to my window appointment?

There are a few things you can take to a window appointment

Once confirmation of your window appointment date with TWC has been received, some valuable bits of information from you would greatly enhance the meeting. Using your mobile phone, take some pictures of your existing windows and the areas surrounding them so that the design expert you speak to can get a visual comprehension of your living space.

Measurements of the windows are also worth recording and passing on to us, especially if you’re planning to visit our Swindon showroom. A surveyor will, of course, visit your property to accurately measure them prior to our installation team fitting the replacement designs, but having a general estimate of window sizes is always useful.

Which windows should you choose?

Window styles are best selected on functional requirements, home aesthetics, and individual preferences.

Give our full suite of window styles your focus and choose the one that most effortlessly complements your home’s styling.

The casement window is one of the longest surviving window designs and notoriously good for providing reliable ventilation and energy efficiency. Being hinged on the side and having an outward opening also makes for uncomplicated cleaning.

Flush windows are immensely popular with those searching for a sleek and minimalist design that has a completely flat surface. Their thermal qualities are second to none too.

If you want the most versatile window design in our range, the tilt and turn window is by far the finest option for this, capable of being tilted to make cleaning and ventilation so straightforward.

Bay and bow windows will add depth to your interiors. A bay window has an outward protrusion, while the bow window is gently curved, with both arrangements possessing so much charm.

Befitting of traditional and period residences, our cottage windows are classically designed and consist of small panes. Although very reminiscent of vintage window styles, they easily fulfil modern energy efficient standards.

Sliding sash windows have a vertical sliding motion that you can operate so smoothly, and their classic look will undoubtedly appeal if you desire a window with a timeless design.

Our slim frame aluminium windows certainly live up to their name, offering the narrowest sightlines you may have ever come across i.e., less frame and more glass.

Should I choose UPVC or Aluminium for my new windows?

The choice between UPVC and aluminium window frames all depends on what you like most.

The main selling-points of UPVC windows include their affordability, stress-free maintenance, and exceptional insulation. They will heat your home so efficiently, keeping the internal temperature comfortable at all times and your energy costs welcomingly low. Our UPVC windows come in many colours and styles, so they can match just about any property type. No repainting is ever necessary as these UPVC windows are fully weather-resistant.

Aluminium windows have a totally different aesthetic, sleeker for starters and with a larger glass pane within their incredibly slim profile, enticing so much light into homes. They are so durable, won’t corrode, and amazingly tough, which ensures their suitability for larger window openings.

If it’s low-cost windows with well above standard insulation that you would like to purchase, UPVC windows are the obvious choice. However, should you prefer windows with a contemporary look, large glazed expanses, and a robust frame, aluminium windows may be a more appropriate solution. TWC’s well-trained and experienced window experts can assist you with your buying and put forward solutions based on your needs.

Which windows will suit my house type?

A thorough analysis of the different window styles will unearth the right option for your home.

So much of your home’s character is determined by the windows it has and you don’t want to mar its appearance by having ill-suited replacements fitted. With some dedicated research, you minimise the risk of this occurring.

Your current windows provide a template of what style works and should be the inspiration behind the windows that go on to take their place.

Window upgrades at Georgian homes and properties dating back to the Victorian period usually see sash windows with Georgian bars selected, whilst Edwardian residences often suit replacement casement windows.

Homes constructed in the 90’s and subsequent decade befit an intelligent design, such as the tilt and turn window, and flush aluminium windows are the pre-eminent pick for up-to-the-minute self-build undertakings.

Want to speak with an Advisor? Give us a call on 01793 781413

Our friendly team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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Everyone is welcome to come in and browse around our Swindon or Oxford showroom, where our friendly sales team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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