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met therm windows and doors for kitchen

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Perfect for restoration and renovation projects, replacement windows and Part L compliant for new builds*, Met Therm's windows and doors are handmade to measure by their skilled craftsmen.

Recognising the distinctive and coveted features of steel windows and doors, the AG210 range offers a product which counters the issues traditional windows can create whilst offering welded corners, weld-on hinges, multi-point locking and polyester powder finish. Once installed, the range requires minimal maintenance and your home will be lighter, brighter and warmer.

Met Therm's windows and doors make ideal replacements for traditional steel windows. They can ensure an excellent match for your home, achieving the traditional styling of the originals and providing a seamless blend of old and new. Once completed, your new windows and doors will be almost indistinguishable from the original.


met therm windows and doors for open plan kitchen

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Met Therm's windows (and doors) can be installed direct to brick, stone or wood surrounds and they can replicate beautiful leaded lights, small Georgian/cottage panes or the classic lines of the 1930s window and also offer bespoke designs.


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Met Therm’s stylish doors and door screens transform the look and feel of your room with slender sections and slimline framing for maximum vision and light. All doors are crafted by hand, allowing you to create a traditional style with or without kicking panel, contemporary clear glazing, or a more industrial welded bar design.

Colour and finish

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Polyester powder coating provides a highly durable, low maintenance finish. With over 250 colours and a choice of finishes there are plenty of options to complement your design and project.

Complete your project by selecting hinges and handles to ensure an authentic replacement.

*Part Q testing pending

About Met Therm

Met Therm is a family-run business and their dedicated team draws on extensive experience within the replacement steel windows industry to meet each customer’s needs and focus on ensuring a quality service.

“Met Therm were prompt and helpful throughout. Thank you for a first-class job, we would definitely recommend your products and company,” Mr and Mrs S Hamble.

For more information call Met Therm on 01730 894 745, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit http://www.metthermwindows.co.uk/



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