Malbern Trade Windows

Supply Only PVC-u Windows, Doors & Conservatories Throughout the North West of England

Find us on TwitterFind us on Facebook

Working Together

Building strong and loyal professional relationships with local trades people is what's built Malbern into what it is today - Norths West's leading supplier of UPVC Conservatories, Windows, Doors and Double Glazing to the Trade Installer keen DIY'er and construction industry.

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

Windows

All Casement windows manufactured by Malbern employ Liniar™ profiles

Malbern Trade Oak Foiled Bay For double glazing windows, in Manchester, Cheshire or Lancashire, Malbern Windows is the place to contact. Malbern Windows is a double glazing uPVC windows company based in Manchester.
You can choose top or side openers or a combination of both. Have you considered a bow window or a bay? How about stained or patterned glass? Leaded or Georgian pains? Sash windows? The choice is almost limitless.
We are always happy to offer personal advice on window styles although the final choice, of course, is yours. Some of the styles of windows that may suit your home include garage windows as well as sliding sash windows (as explained in the next section) and because windows are a prominent feature of the house, it is best to pick the right type and style of windows so that they remain a long lasting feature of the house with minimal maintenance.
Therefore, if you are thinking of replacing the windows in your house then feel free to contact our friendly sales team who will be more than happy to assist you with your decisions. Malbern Windows is a name you can trust as one of Manchester's local double glazing windows company.

White Bow Window with Bevels Both the standard, sliding sash and our other windows are extremely cost-effective because firstly, they can be very practical and secure and secondly, they come double glazed and fully sealed, ensuring that your home locks in all the heat, making it energy efficient and environmentally friendly because you don't have to burn as much fuel to heat the house.
The sliding sash windows are also very good because they work extremely well with older properties due to the build and decor of the house. The sliding sash windows also combine the ancient and new features of the house to make it look secure as well as warm and attractive.

Liniar Oak Window from MalbernEnergy-efficient windows

Our homes and buildings are responsible for almost half of the UK’s carbon dioxide (CO²) emissions. What’s more, according to The Energy Saving Trust, 20 per cent of the heat escaping from an average home is lost through its windows.

Regulatory measures are being brought to bear to help improve energy efficiency in buildings. The Building Regulations relating to new windows in home extensions are becoming increasingly strict, while the Code for Sustainable Homes sets out mandatory energy-efficiency standards for all new-build properties. For commercial and public-sector buildings, BREEAM environmental assessments set out similarly stringent guidelines.

Homeowners are increasingly demanding energy-efficient products to help cut energy consumption and reduce their energy bills. Furthermore, Home Information Packs (HIPs) now rate properties for energy efficiency on a scale from A to G, similar to that used on white goods. Windows themselves are rated for energy efficiency by the BFRC (British Fenestration Rating Council) on the same scale, making it easier for consumers to choose the best-performing products