Waveney Windows Timber Alternative Windows
(Suffolk, Norfolk & Surrounding Areas)

Timber Alternative Evolution (Storm) Windows

If you do not own a listed property, but desire the natural appearance of timber windows, there is now a timber alternative window. Bespoke timber windows can cost a lot more than you may think (sometimes 2 to 3 times more than conventional UPVC windows). There are numerous UPVC woodgrain versions on the market that look like timber, but fail to satisfy the customer in certain areas.

So if you do not have planning restrictions that you can only fit timber windows, we now have an excellent timber alternative window, the Evolution (Storm) Window.

Please click 'Waveney Windows Timber Alternative Windows' to take you to our mini website.

The Evolution (Storm) Window range is available in numerous colours, also with the option of having a different internal colour, also various colours and styles of furniture (handles, stays etc) and glass options, it is your choice to choose the combination that best suits you and the appearance of your home.

Quite simply, the new Timber Alternative Evolution (Storm) Window range is totally unique and offers you and your home a new style of window that is both practical and outstanding, without the great expense and frequent maintenance of standard timber windows.

With this new innovative range of products, it is not surprising that Waveney Windows has been accepted to perform installations in all types of buildings, also listed property's and property's in conservation areas by all the local authorities.

For further information on any of our vast range of products and services provided please call us on 01986 874241

Why choose us?

  • We only use 'A' Rated Windows

    For all our windows we now use UNISOFT Clarity Plus sealed units which feature;

    1) Low iron (Extra Clear Glass) for improved clarity
    2) Warm edge spacer technology which increases insulation
    3) Softcoated Low Emissivity glass which helps achieve the highest energy rating for superb insulation
    4) 10 Year Sealed Unit Guarantee

  • We are FENSA registered

    What is FENSA? – FENSA stands for Fenestration Self Assessment Scheme. It is an administration and inspection scheme, the outcome of discussions between the Government, the Glass and Glazing Federation and Industry.

    FENSA registered companies are permitted to self certify their own work. However random inspections are carried out during and after installation. Inspectors are checking for : Escape – In case of Fire Use of Safety Toughened Glass Ventilation Structure, and Access and facilities for disabled people. Any installation done by a firm which is not registered to self-certify, or done as a DIY project by a householder, will need full local authority approval under the Building Regulations.

    More about FENSA

  • GGFi

    We are proud to be members of Trust Mark and we use local, trustworthy & reliable tradesmen, operating to Government endorsed standards.