Welcome to Waterside Windows and Conservatories, a Birmingham based manufacturer and installer of A and C Rated Energy uPVC windows, doors and conservatories who have been servicing the Birmingham, Solihull and West Midlands areas since 1989. Waterside Windows are a member of the TrustMark scheme which is supported by Government, building industry and consumer protection groups, helping you find reliable, trustworthy tradesmen to make quality home improvements to your home.
At Waterside we fabricate the Kömmerling window and door systems which is without doubt the most approved uPVC profile available in the UK today, widely used in both commercial and residential sectors.
Waterside is a Birmingham based manufacturer and installer of A and C Rated Energy uPVC windows, doors and conservatories who have been servicing the Birmingham, Solihull and West Midlands areas since 1989. Waterside Windows are a member of the TrustMark scheme, supported by Government.
If you are considering new uPVC windows, doors or a conservatory, rest assured that you will not be disappointed with any aspects of our company, and that includes our high quality products (in-house), our overall service and aftercare, and of course the price – we are competitive within a industry that is prone to excessive charging.
Waterside windows, doors and conservatories are all fabricated for security in mind (internally glazed & beaded) and fitted with the highest security locking devices.
Waterside also offers a wide range of coloured foil options that can be applied to virtually any window, door or conservatory design in the range. The choices include an attractive range of woodgrain effect finishes and strong contemporary and traditional colours such as blue, red and green. In addition, a palette of grey/black options is proving increasingly popular including Chartwell Green
Please browse our site and view information about our products and services that we offer, but should you have any questions or indeed need help, please do not hestitate to contact us in the first instance.