Window FAQs | Double Glazing Questions | Bradford, Yorkshire

Coral has been continuously trading successfully for 33 years.

Coral take no deposits or stage payments, the customer pays on completion.

Coral guarantee the uPVC profile for 15 years and the sealed units for 10 Years. We also issue a 10 year insurance backed guarantee on qualifying products* should anything unfortunate happen to the company.

*Qualifying products are any items that require FENSA certification. This includes windows, bay windows, rooflights, residential doors with over 50% glazing, residential door sidelights/toplights, French Doors, Patio Doors and Bi-fold doors.

Items that do not fall under the remit of FENSA include conservatories, porches, new build properties, extensions, repairs and commercial work.

Over 70% of our business comes from recommendations and existing customers, surely this speaks for itself.

At Coral all our windows are internally beaded as standard and we fit shootbolts and hingebolts to our sashes.

Coral is a FENSA Registered Company and installs to FENSA Guidelines which States that you cannot reduce the room’s original ventilation, however if it achieves the 1/20th rule and has a fire exit within the room the style can be changed.

Coral not only manufacture Rosewood/Oak frames, they also are one of the first to produce coloured frames with a defined grain effect. See our colour range for choice of colours.

Yes. We produce soundproof units in 10mm float or toughened glass and 6.4mm laminated K Glass which will help reduce the noise.

Coral has achieved the prestigious BSI award for installations, an award that is stringently managed by British Standards and is difficult to achieve and maintain a feat that Coral have achieved now for a number of years. Coral prides itself on the on-going training of its installers and ensures that each Installation is quality checked during and after each installation.

Coral have worked for many years to offer the customer a complete Professional Service. We have branches throughout the region where you will find one of our trained advisers who would be only too willing to give you any advice that you require and if you wish we could furnish you with a Free No Obligation Quotation.

External condensation on glass is a naturally occurring phenomenon which is more prevalent the more highly insulating your windows are and is not a fault in the glass or window.

Due to updates in Building Regulations which take effect from June 15th 2022, things are changing as far as trickle vents are concerned.

The reason behind this change is to help safeguard people from the harmful effects of damp, mouldy conditions developing in their homes due to a lack of air circulation.

If you already have trickle vents in your existing windows & doors, they will have to be replaced like for like (you cannot install new windows/doors that reduce the existing amount of ventilation).

If you don’t have trickle vents in your existing windows, in the vast majority of cases, your new windows will need to have trickle vents installed. There are different levels of ventilation required depending on the use of each room in your home – your Coral Design Consultant will be able to advise you with regards to this.

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