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byMARK BOWEN Director, Creative Windows


by STEVE LE COUILLIARD Director, Creative Windows


Guaranteed creativity from


Creative Windows


The Creative Window & Conservatory Company Limited does what it says on the tin. It’s pretty obvious that the company provides windows and conservatories, but so do a lot of other companies.


The secret of this company’s success is in the title ‘creative’, which does distinguish it from other run-of-the- mill suppliers. That’s why their slogan is ‘Not all window companies are the same’.


Couilliard and Mark Bowen comes into play.


Traditional Timber Windows


Creativity is vital in helping to turn a householder’s dreams into reality, and this is where the 50 years experience of directors Steve Le


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They know what can be achieved with good quality products and ingenuity. They have used both over many years to help improve properties and in some cases, transform them. Whether it’s a luxury custom- built enclosure over a swimming pool, or a simple but attractive window, Creative Windows have more than 15 years trading experience in designing and installing these products.


The company is also registered with FENSA, which provides homeowner


protection in the double-glazing industry.


The experience is also backed up by the company being the only Network Veka member agent in the Island.


That means that the company’s


installation teams are trained under the valuable guidance of the Network Veka


initiative. Clients also have the comfort of a


10-year insurance guarantee which covers profile, glass and installation. Network Veka, therefore, helps Islanders get the best of both worlds. They have the strength and backing of a national organisation of Veka’s standing, but can benefit from the


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