It is time to add a splash of colour to your home with new windows in Derby from Trade Windows?
Introducing colour into your home, whether it’s with paint or wallpaper, can be any designer’s dream.
Correct use of colour can certainly help to transform a tired-looking property, and coloured windows have never been more fashionable. Pick a colour, choose a design and you’ll be celebrating summer in style this year, and you’ll completely transform your home’s overall aesthetic.
Coloured windows will transform your home
Thanks to advances in technology within the window, door and conservatory industry, there has never been a greater choice of colours and finishes to match your home.
Here at Trade Windows, our products can complement any colour scheme you’re thinking of introducing, as we offer our PVCu and aluminium windows in an incredible selection of shades.
Today, our PVCu windows and doors are available in 30 different colours, including metallics and woodgrain finishes.
We’re also delighted to be able to offer you a superb choice of aluminium windows too, as they are available in any RAL colour you choose!
Colours for PVCu windows
Instead of traditional white PVCu windows, our Derby customers are selecting from our extensive RAL colour range. Replace your white windows with grey and you can transform your whole house, adding a modern and contemporary twist, giving your property an instant upgrade.
If you’re after coloured windows which add charm and traditional style, you can choose our beautiful woodgrain colours such as Rosewood, Irish Oak and Light Oak.
Coloured windows can be subtle too, as our PVCu window range also features Cream and White Ash for a stunning spin on the classic white.
Colours for aluminium windows
These days, customers regularly want to chat to us about our dark frame range. If you’re out and about in Derby, you’ll see them cropping up all over the city.
Our aluminium windows are the most popular in and around Derbyshire and amongst our customers is Anthracite Grey, or RAL 7016, as they ooze modern style and are very much the new wave of windows.
These can be matched with sleek aluminium bifold doors, which are available in Anthracite Grey too.
Why choose coloured windows
Giving you endless choice for new windows in Derby is important to us. Helping you to feel proud of your home is why we’ve got one of the biggest selection of new windows in Derby.
Our coloured windows in Derby can enhance your design ideas and help to transform the overall look of your house.
These days, it’s not just about choosing the right coloured sofa or shade of carpet, products like new windows and doors are important too.
With these tips in mind, you’ll effortlessly increase the visual appeal of your home. In fact, it’s fair to say that your new windows will become the focal point of your property.
And if having coloured windows on the inside of your house doesn’t do it for you – don’t fret.
Take a look at our dual coloured windows, which means you can have one colour on the inside and a completely different colour on the outside.
New windows in Derby from Trade Windows offer more than just a transformed style
We’ve been transforming homes for 25 years, and installing new windows in Derby has never been more straight-forward and beneficial.
Modern windows, like you’d expect, are super energy efficient and secure, as both our PVCu windows come with insulated glazing and frames, along with high-specification locking and strength.
Take a look at our coloured windows in our Derby showroom
Our coloured windows have never been so popular – come and see for yourself at our London Road showroom.
Visit our showroom and take a stroll up Trade Street, and you’ll understand our passion for perfection and you can envision what our coloured windows will look like in your home.
Our expert and experienced team are also on hand to chat about what will work best for you, and tell you everything you need to know about your options. You can also call us on 01332 755551, and like our Facebook page to see our latest installations.
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