Established in 1875, Mitchell Glass have an unrivalled history in serving the home improvement needs of our customers. Our success is down to offering a extensive range of products and, more importantly, providing excellent customer service. Whether it is windows, doors, orangeries, a conservatory, sunroom, garage conversion or roofline products that you require, at Mitchell Glass we treat every customer as unique. All our orders are designed and made to measure ensuring that your finished product will be the perfect addition to your home - providing years of pleasure and satisfaction.
Why Armchair Service? Because you can sit back, relax and let us do all the work.
Our range of services includes development of bespoke design ideas, building plans, planning permission and building regulation applications, for your home improvement project.
We have developed our team, which includes an Architectural Technician and a Technical Engineer, to bring together the most experienced minds and inspirational thinkers. Combining our Autocad software and also our conservatory visualisation program, enables us to create bespoke designs for your home, giving you a product that fits seamlessly with your house, while achieving the maximum results for space and budget.
Mitchell Glass is a member of FENSA (Registered No. 22655) - the leading body providing homeowner protection in the double glazing industry for windows and doors.
FENSA stands for the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme. Following Government encouragement, FENSA has been set up by the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) and other industry bodies in response to Building Regulations for double glazing companies in England and Wales.
When replacing windows and doors, homeowners must comply with current thermal performance standards and ensure they get a certificate from FENSA or Local Authority Building Control. FENSA enables companies that install replacement windows and doors to self-certify compliance under these Building Regulations without the need for a separate assessment from Building Control.
If a firm displays our TrustMark logo you know that we have approved and inspected the firm through one of our scheme operators and found that the firm meets the required Government endorsed criteria as described above.
Important Note: When employing a TrustMark tradesman always check they are 'licensed' for all the trades / work you are asking them to carry out. This can be done by looking on our website by searching under the 'trade' then 'their company name' and finally 'more information' - you will then see a list of the 'only' trades that the firm is licensed for under the protection and standards offered by TrustMark.
When looking for double glazing windows & doors or buying a conservatory, sunroom or orangery for your home where do you start?
GGF monitor the performance of member companies to ensure the standard of products and installation remain consistently high.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is a trade association that represents over 60% of the home improvement industry by turnover. The GGF's opinion is also regularly sought by Government on Regulation and Consumer issues.
Any deposit paid to Mitchell Glass is safeguarded by the GGF Deposit Indemnity Trust Fund for a sum up to an amount equal to the deposit or 50% of the contract price or £12,500 – whichever is less.
To find out more visit www.myglazing.com
or call us today on 0800 220 415.
Very pleased from start to finish and customer support is excellent. Thoroughly recommended.
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