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At WoodWay windows we are a small family run business dedicated to restoration, replacement and maintenance of sash/casement windows. We have a passion for restoration as we want to retain British Heritage but we offer a variety of options including bespoke double glazing replacements and retro fitting double glazing.
- Windows & Doors (Wooden)
- Restoration & Refurbishment
- Painting & Decorating
About WoodWay Windows
Welcome to WoodWay Windows. Our family run business which found its passion in restoring period homes. Our forefront is to restore and maintain all types of wooden sash & casement windows, also to restore doors back to their former glory. We rebranded this company with the effort to have an impact on helping to reduce our carbon footprint by helping homes retain their warmth.
Before we started our restoration journey we was heavily involved in property refurbishments, which sometimes we do still cover but our main focus is to restoration and high end double glazing.
Public Liability InsuranceLimit of indemnity: £2,000,000.00
Valid until: 6th Dec 2022
Public liability insurance
Covers your property, or the property of a third party, in the event of damage caused by a tradesperson or their employees. It does not cover poor workmanship and the policy may contain conditions that could restrict cover.
Professional indemnity insurance
Provides cover for losses arising out of professional errors in design and/or specifications offered as part of the service. This insurance is typically used by architects, designers, engineers, and design & build contractors.
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