For more than 50 years, Anglian has been at the forefront of the nation’s home improvement industry. The company ensures it’s ahead of the competition with a continuing research and development programme and offers an extensive range of home improvement products including double-glazed windows and doors, conservatories and orangeries. As a supporter of the British manufacturing industry, Anglian is proud to display the “Made in Britain” marque on all its products, showing that they’re made to the most rigorous quality standards. Based in Norwich, Anglian has a network of showrooms across the UK and is committed to its “local to you” ethos.
Anglian Home Improvements makes it easy to improve your home with energy efficient, secure and good looking traditional to contemporary styled improvements. Their British products have the added benefit of modern design technologies with their range of composite front doors, PVCU, Timber and Aluminium windows and their extensive range of conservatories, orangeries and extensions.
The range of designs allows customers to enhance the appearance of their home, whilst ensuring high performance and efficiency from windows and doors. Personalisation is a growing interior trend, and Anglian’s collection of windows and doors allow customers to create windows and doors that complements the overall look and style of their property. With an extensive range of colour options, hardware and custom glazing, there are options to suit all personal styles.
As a company, we’re committed to helping make the choosing and fitting of bespoke, high-performing windows, doors and conservatories a simple and easy experience for homeowners. At Anglian, we provide a full end-to-end service – from consultation and design to installation – so that homeowners can realise the full potential of their property and take advantage of modern technology.
Join us at Grand Designs on stand G33 to explore the range and discuss your home improvement requirements. Upgrade your home with British confidence and make your home an Anglian home today.