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We suggest you clean your gutters with warm soapy water at least twice a year – late spring and late Autumn is recommended.

Fascias are the horizontal band below the roofline which the guttering attaches to. Most fascias in the UK are now predominantly made of uPVC. Soffits are the underside of the fascia. Together they transport water away from your home.

Amber Windows recommends a full replacement of the old timber with a Upvc replacement. Many of the existing wooden components are made from softwood which decays and deteriorates over time. Because softwood rots from the inside you will not realise that you have a problem until it is too late.

Our fascias, soffits and cladding products benefit from our 10 year insurance backed guarantee. Our rainwater products such as guttering and downpipes are guaranteed for a period of 6 months.

All our roofline products are manufactured using Heat Shield Technology preventing boards from discolouring or warping, even on south facing properties.

uPVC is a very popular choice in the UK today for Fascias, Soffits and Gutters with over 85% of buildings benefiting from this highly durable, cost effective, and environmentally friendly product. It is now widely accepted that the level of maintenance burden and technical performance of timber, fascias and roofline, is no longer acceptable when […]

Yes, we can help with electrical sockets and switches for your porch. Please speak to your sales advisor to fully discuss your requirements.

Yes, we are able to remove an existing porch and base should this be required, and then dispose of it for you. We currently recycle almost 92% of waste, timber, glass, pvcu, cardboard, brick, plastic wrapping, metal and paper.

If the front porch you want built is less than 3m² in floor area and not within 2 metres of any boundary which fronts the highway, you do not need planning permission or building regulation approvals. However, if the porch you want built has a floor area bigger than 3m² then don’t worry as Amber […]

Yes, Amber Windows can install new brick walls and frames onto an existing base as long as it is in good condition. We are, however, unable to reduce or extend an existing base.