Underneath we’re still the same team, working hard to push boundaries and make improving your home one of life’s little pleasures, not pains. We’re just doing it in style.
We’ve come a long way since The Stroud Window Company was founded in 1982.
Supplying and fitting premium quality windows and doors in Stroud, the Five Valleys and Gloucestershire areas, we’ve learnt a lot over the last 37 years, and felt that our former branding and website didn’t represent who we are anymore.
With the next generation moving the business forward, we’ve come into our own and found our niche: we offer true value, we offer true craftsmanship, we offer true honesty. We are tru. Simply windows and doors.
We're the same double glazing company thousands of people trust to consult, curate, deliver, and install their windows and doors.
Our guarantees are still valid for all existing Stroud Windows installations, and we can still be contacted in the usual ways.
Our new look and feel reflects how we’ve grown in the last 37 years and our dedication to personalising and simplifying the process of improving your home.
Whether you’ve known us for a while or are meeting us today for the first time, we’ve changed a lot, but we’re still the same team working hard to push boundaries and make improving your home one of life’s little pleasures, not pains. We’re just doing it in style.
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They’re hinged at the side of the frame to open and close like a door and can be installed singly, or in pairs within a single frame.
Elegant sash windows are frequently found in listed Georgian or Victorian buildings throughout Gloucestershire.
Bi-fold doors are simply doors that fold in or out. They're often used in large buildings, such as showrooms or conference centres.
uPVC (sometimes written PVC-U) is a frame made out of Polyvinyl Chloride plastic. It is the most widely used material for window frames nowadays for very good reasons.
Aluminium is very versatile and all frames are thermally broken so condensation cannot travel through the metal. We always supply “A” rated glazing as standard.
Although timber is more expensive than other materials, some would say that the advantages they offer are priceless.