Windrush have installed new pvcu patio doors in the residents homes on site. The window installers being friendly and polite and having a nice demeanour
and getting on well with the residents. The work was carried out in a professional manor with their work being clean and tidy all with an insurance
baked guarantee. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to others.
Alex Jordan, Site Manager
Swinbrook Court, Langdale Gate, retirement and sheltered housing, Witney, Oxon
I would just like to say that I was very impressed by the two young men who came to do the windows yesterday, they were very efficient, had impeccable
manners and they cleared up after themselves which was a joy.
Windrush serviced two Velux windows and re-glazed with new sealed units, re-glazed a bedroom window with three sealed units, and re-glazed a conservatory
upgrading sealed units to "Low E Argon" gas and thermal bar
Yew Tree Farm, Abingdon Road
During the School holidays the Windrush team carried out window adaption works for the School. Windrush installed remote window winding equipment to our
high level windows that have been a health and safety issue with pupils and staff standing on chairs to open. I can recommend Windrush for their professional
approach, competitive pricing and ability to accommodate our requirements during a busy time with many other trades on site. They were willing to change
their work schedule to accommodate changing circumstances on site.
Neil Baker, Estates Manager
St Helen & St Katherine School, Abingdon, Oxon
Windrush recently attended our Academy and replaced damaged window hinges and handles with great success. The Windrush Team who carried the work out were
very professional with the work being carried out during normal School hours. The Health and Safety aspect being covered with the adoption of measures
from their risk assessment and method statement being carried out.
Steve Bryan, Estates Team
The Oxford Academy, Sandy Lane, Oxford
This June Windrush installed 39 Pvcu windows to our student accommodation block at
Rewley Abbey Court. The work required them to install the windows while
residents were in occupation, some with young children. Windrush carried out a full risk and method statement and appraisal to carry out the works
in a safe manner with multi-occupation to consider. Full scaffolding and access booms were used with everything being alarmed and fenced off with appropriate
signage in place. The Windrush team involved had all the necessary accreditation holding CSCS cards, asbestos awareness trained, CRB checked etc. The
windows were as per our requested specification with Windrush being the most competitive out of the competition. The College are very pleased with
all aspects of the work carried out and will be using Windrush on our future projects.
Steve Williams, Buildings and Estates
Green Templeton College, Oxford