Albany Windows have been accredited with Which? acknowledgement and reviews, making them highly reliable tradesmen with customer satisfaction and the supply of superior products at the forefront of their work.
What does Which? do?
Set up in 1957, Which? is an association that aims to promote informed customer choice in the purchase of goods and services. It does this by implementing various tests that help to show the inferior products (and in contrast, those that are not good value for money.)
Which? raises awareness of consumer rights, offers independent advice and gives customers knowledge of the best services or products on the market, ranging from food to home improvement companies such as Albany Windows.
The which? Trusted Trader scheme in particular helps customers to pick out those tradesmen that offer the best quality products and services.
Albany Windows are therefore proud to be associated with Which?, their Trusted Trader scheme and their promotion of reputable businesses that offer amazing products and service.
Albany Windows – nearly 2 decades of customer satisfaction
Based on our which? reviews, it’s clear to see how much we have pleased homeowners with our work.
Albany Windows currently score 99/99 in their Which? rating and of those customers who have completed Which? feedback surveys for our work, 100% of them said they would recommend us to others.
All of the additional comments below praise us for our high-standards, friendliness and efficiency.
- “Excellent service from start to finish”
- “From the first phone call to the final receipt everything about Albany Windows was professional”
- “First class job and courtesy. Carried out with minimum disruption & cleanliness first class”
- “Couldn’t be happier with the customer service & finished product”
- “The installation crew were hard working, efficient, courteous and tidy – even preserving us sheets from a 1954 newspaper from the brickwork around the door!”
Proud member of various trade networks – helping to give you peace of mind
The Glazing Ombudsman (TGO): consumer protection organisation that aims to protect consumers from poor quality double glazing installations. This company awards accreditations to installers whose work meets their stringent quality standards
Trustmark: a not for profit organisation that helps homeowners to find local tradespeople who are reliable and operating to Government Endorsed Standards
FENSA: this government authorised Competent Persons Scheme helps homeowners to avoid rogue traders. Choosing a FENSA accredited company guarantees high standards of products and installation
Google Reviews: includes ratings and testimonials from previous customers, helping a company to build a positive reputation. Albany’s Google rating is just under 5 stars and comments include “We have used Albany Windows to replace all of the windows and front door on our Victorian terraced house. We could not be happier with the finished result”
Albany Windows – a flexible, trustworthy business
Albany Windows is a family-run business, small enough to have close involvement and tight control over very high installation standards and service, but big enough to obtain supplies directly from large high quality manufacturers of uPVC, aluminium and timber windows, doors and conservatories.
Whatever your requirements, we have glazing and home improvement options for every need and budget. We welcome all sizes of project, ranging from a single door to a large house full of windows and big conservatories. In addition to our Which? accreditation, we are proud to be a part of various other trusted trading networks, as shown above.
Accreditations and recommendations help consumers to choose reputable installers that deliver impeccable customer service, high quality workmanship and that use ethical sales techniques – three main priorities for Albany Windows. Our accreditations and reviews prove that you don’t have to just take our word for it – our products and installations are of the highest standard possible and thoroughly please our customers time and time again.