Who are we?
In a world where value for money, a high standard of workmanship, quality goods/service are becoming harder to find, we at Wenwood Doors, Windows and Conservatories Limited, strive to deliver all the above.
We are a family run business and have been serving the Double Glazing and Building Industry for over twenty five years. We pride ourselves on our High Quality of Workmanship. Wenwood specialises in Bespoke Conservatories and porches in Oak/UPVC. Doors, Windows, Extensions.
All work is project managed from start to finish. Luke Bigwood owner of Wenwood is a highly skilled fitter of UPVC and a qualified Carpenter. We also specialise in Garage Conversions. Luke works in Partnership with Wendy Bigwood who takes care of the day to day running of operations behind the scenes.
Wenwood works in partnership with top UK companies and organisations, including Pilkington Glass and the Energy Saving Trust. Through the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme (FENSA), you can be sure we comply with all relevant building regulations.
In 2002 the law changed meaning that all new replacement windows and doors in the UK had to meet tough government standards for conservation of heat in the home, energy efficiency, fire escape functions, ventilation and disabled access – all in addition to the existing Building Regulations. Wenwood joined FENSA to reassure our customers that every double glazed window and door we fit complies with these very high standards.
What Our Customers Say
“Wenwood provides a prompt and efficient service. I would certainly use them again.”
Customer in Southampton, 20 August 2007
“I couldn’t fault the quality of workmanship, every small detail was reviewed during this job. I would recommend this company and use them again.”
Customer in Southampton, 27 February 2008
“Fantastic service and workmanship, I would thoroughly recommend this company..”
Customer in Lymington, 10 March 2011
“Exceptional neat and tidy. Work carried out with excellent care and precision. Very friendly family company”
Customer in Lyndhurst, 13 Janaury 2014