We call ourselves ‘5 Star’ because householders buying new windows, doors and conservatories deserve 5 Star products and 5 Star professionalism and we are committed to giving it to them in everything we do.
When you rule out our rivals in preference for 5 Star treatment, we promise to deliver some outstanding benefits:
We’ve all heard the horror stories of rogue firms failing to honour guarantees and leaving homeowners in financial limbo. We are not one of them!
All 5 Star customers receive a 20 year guarantee with their chosen product as we surpass installation standards and develop our products utilising the finest materials and manufacturing techniques. This is a decade longer than the guarantees handed out by most window, door and conservatory installers.
Money is the biggest obstacle that most people have to overcome before they can proceed with purchasing new home improvements.
5 Star tries to make it possible for people to achieve their dreams by offering a wide range of finance options designed to help ease their money worries. Any application for finance will be responded to quickly and we will try to be as accommodating as we can.
Our entire product range is affordably priced, but there are occasions when a customer will receive a cheaper quote elsewhere.
As part of our ongoing Price Promise, if you find an equivalent quality UPVC product for less within 7 days we’ll match or refund the difference.
5 Star is an approved member of the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme (FENSA) which is responsible for regulating and monitoring the performance of window and door companies.
We were only accepted onto the scheme and can only retain our membership by demonstrating continued excellence. We are also members of the Ultraframe Ultra Installer Scheme and Atlas Approved Installer Network.
You will be in very good company if you appoint 5 Star. Take a look at our Customer Testimonials page which contains reviews from hundreds of happy 5 Star customers.
All content © 5 Star Construction Services Ltd.
Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.