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Everest Double Glazing Prices
How Much Are Everest’s Windows?
The price of Everest windows are dependant on a number of factors including location, ease of access to your windows, number of windows, material and style. Everest only give a price once you have had a free consultation. This is because their products offer over 700,000 different options and are customised to match your individual circumstances.
While Everest are unlikely to be the cheapest quote you receive, the exceptional quality of their windows means they offer high value for money.
They also match a like for like quote that you receive from another installer, so it’s always worth shopping around to see if you can get a better deal.
We heard from one customer who took advantage of this after she was quoted £5,990 for 2 windows by Everest but was able to find a cheaper quote elsewhere.
If you’d like to compare prices, just answer a few simple questions and get excellent quotes from trusted specialists.
Do Everest Offer Finance Plans?
Everest have partnered with Barclays Partner Finance to offer flexible repayment plans. They also allow flexible repayments where customers can pay more than the minimum repayment to pay off the loan quicker. Typical loan terms they offer are 15, 24, 36, 48, 60 and 120 months.
How to Get Everest’s Best Prices
It’s always worth comparing the quote you receive from Everest with at least 3 or 4 other installers as Everest will match any quote you receive within 7 days of their quote. You must ensure that the quote is like for like (e.g. same material, style etc) otherwise Everest will not match it.
When Are Everest’s Sales?
Everest, like most other window installers, have promotions running all year round. While they may call these different names, the price you will pay will be very similar, if not exactly the same, whatever time of year you decide to have your windows installed.
Everest Window Review
What Do Everest’s Customers Think?
Everest get good reviews from customers, with customers rating them 8.1 out of 10 of TrustPilot and 2.6 out of 5 on Review Centre (scores taken at the time of writing). This is how these scores compare to other leading installers:
Review Centre Score*
*Correct at time of writing on 13th August 2018
What About the Windows They Offer?
Everest offer industry leading products, with exceptional energy efficiency and security. Everest’s windows are custom made to suite your tastes and requirements. They are designed and manufactured to fit your home and provide optimum performance. They also offer a lots of options to suite your tastes; windows are available in uPVC, timber or aluminium and come in a range of styles and colours.
The table below shows the Everest windows endorsed by the Energy Saving Trust.
Everest A Window
Everest Woodgrain Fully Reinforced
Everest Foiled Fully Reinforced Casement
Everest Casement with Thermal Enhancer
Everest Triple Glazed Casement with Thermal Enhancer
The Eco Experts’ View
Everest is a well know nationwide installer who have a decent reputation. We recommend getting a quote from them to compare them against other installers.
While Everest are unlikely to be cheapest option, the quality of their products and installation means they offer good value for money.
Everest vs. Other Window Installers
We recommend comparing Everest with other leading national installers, such as Safestyle and Anglian. Unlike Everest, Safestyle and Anglian are recommended by the Energy Saving Trust.
If you compare Everest’s prices with local installers, ensure they have a proven track record and are a member of a reputable trade association such as GGF or FENSA (see below for more information).
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Everest is a member of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF). Their products are also accredited by the British Standards Institute (BSI). These accreditations help ensure Everest adhere to certain professional standards and regulations.
Everest was also the first British double glazing installer and manufacturer to receive a British Board of Agreement certificate for their casement windows.
Everest offers a 10 year guarantee as standard on all their windows. This warranty is transferable; if you sell your new home, the new owners can carry on with the length of the warranty.
They also offer a lifetime guarantee against condensation and mist between the panes of the sealed units in your windows.
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