Rydale Windows manufacture all of their window units and window frames at their own factory premises ensuring you receive the highest quality and best purchase price.
From the most decorative to the simplest designs we provide a complete range of entrance doors that you can adapt to suit your individual needs. We can even match our finishes to your windows
Rydale Windows are high quality installers
Rydale Windows are based in Halesowen in the West Midlands, specialising in the supply, fitting and manufacture of Windows, Doors & Conservatories.
All our products are fabricated 'in house' utilising our own specialist PVCu manufacturing plant based in Halesowen near Birmingham in the West Midlands.
Buying new windows and doors, planning a conservatory or any other work on your property is a big commitment, so we believe it is important you spend time looking at the various options and discussing them with our experienced sales consultants. We never ask for a deposit or stage payments, you only pay when the installation is fully completed.
Rydale Windows (Manufacturing) Ltd are also trusted tradesmen for the following:
Windows UPVC & Composite Doors
Conservatories, Extensions & Porches
Bi-Fold French Doors & Patios
Fascias, Soffits, Guttering & Roofing
Supplied & Fitted
We are so confident in the quality of our products and the experience of our fitting teams that we offer a guarantee that should your home be broken into through one of our windows or doors then we will replace that product free of charge.*
* This guarantee covers the products where access has been gained and not products damaged during an attempted break in.
DOCUMENT 'L' - Manufacture, Installation & Refurbishment
April 2002 saw the introduction of NEW Building Regulations in England and Wales designed to set standards for energy efficiency (conservation of fuel and power in buildings) - these Regulations are known as Document ‘L’.
The Document ‘L’ Building Regulations apply to virtually all new buildings in England and Wales, and to extensions, alterations and change of use of existing buildings. They provide legislation and guidance to the building, construction and home improvement installation industry.
With effect from 1st April 2002 any windows, rooflight or doors having more than 50% glazing need to comply with the new regulations. These regulations also apply to conservatories attached to a building. This means that the combined frame and double glazing units will need to be more efficient and must be tested and certified to comply.
In October 2010, the Government’s Approved Document ‘L’ (Fuel Conservation) was issued and extends Building Regulations to cover replacement window and door installations, requiring them to comply with improved energy efficiency. One of the main drivers is the need to reduce heat loss in order to conform to more stringent energy efficiency targets. Glass products will be expected to have lower heat loss, measured by their ‘U’ value.
Rydale Windows installations all comply with the requirements of Document ‘L’ in terms of the glass and materials used in the manufacture of Windows, Doors and Conservatory installations.We have gone to great lengths to ensure your peace of mind.