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Possibly the largest sliding doors (8.2 metres x 2.1 metres) in Jersey


more glass space and thus lets mor of the outside world in and is also available in a variety of colours.


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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 service and loyalty that a local company provides. In Jersey’s case, it’s easy to see examples of the company’s work, even if prospective


customers haven’t heard the many word of mouth recommendations made about Creative Windows.


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‘Because we serve the area where our customers live, then our reputation depends on every installation we carry out,’ said Mark.


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The good news for householders is that the quality and choice of products is expanding all of the time, and Creative can install aluminium and traditional timber products, as well as the top range pvc-u products.


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The resurgence of aluminium has resulted in more people returning to modern aluminium frames for their bi- fold & patio door systems. This allows for


Our range of products includes windows, conservatories, doors and bi-fold sliding doors. The bad news might be that householders have to be careful who they employ to do the work because improving a home is no longer a simple matter.


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'You need to know that you are entrusting your work to a company who knows and cares about what they are doing' said Mark.


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‘The good news is that’s what the Creative Window & Conservatory Company does’.


Creative Window & Conservatory Co Ltd


Tel: 01534 744942 Mark’s Mobile: 07797 710633 Email: markcreativewindows@hotmail.co.uk


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