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Have a particular home improvement idea you’d like to discuss in more depth, or maybe you’d like to know how soon we can get started? To discover more about our bespoke products and services get in touch using our contact form below, we’ll endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible. Alternatively, why not call us directly on 0117 9311777

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Showroom Address

32-34 Gloucester Road North,
Filton, Bristol,

Opening Hours

Mon – Fri: 09:00 – 17:00
Sat: 09:30 – 15:00
Sun: Closed

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Offering homeowners throughout Bristol a premier installation service

Wherever in or around Bristol you might be located, it’s highly likely that we’ve provided our bespoke home improvement service to a property not too far from your own. We readily supply and install all of our double glazing products within a 20-mile radius of our Filton HQ, meaning that no homeowner needs to miss out on achieving their ideal home.

If ever you should find yourself wanting to get up close and personal with our product range before making your decision, we encourage all to visit our beautiful new showroom - being one of the largest in Bristol. Feel relaxed as you browse our generous selection which includes everything from innovative window styles to high performance composite doors.

You can always rely on Associated Windows for impartial home improvement advice throughout the whole of Bristol in areas such as; Cribbs Causeway, Southmead and Lockleaze so get in touch today!

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