Albion’s Message to Customers for COVID-19

November Update

Following the government’s latest guidelines on Saturday, October 31, Albion Windows would like to reassure our customers that we are still OPEN! As instructed in the announcement, the construction industry can remain in operation. This means our team can still carry out installations in a safe manner within our customer’s homes.

The Albion team will be continuing to be safe whilst at your home, whether it’s our sales team or installers. We will use hand sanitiser and antibacterial spray to wipe down any surfaces we may touch. Although we appreciate the offer a tea or a biscuit, we will be bringing our own. Our team will be following these guidelines set out by FENSA.

During this time, we will be unable to open our Bromley showroom on Saturdays. We will look to re-open the showroom once the restrictions are lifted. Customers can still call our team, fill out… More

Albion Windows Is Recruiting

Albion Windows is looking for experienced window installers to join our long-established team.

We are looking for a team of two with more than 5-years of experience within the industry.

A company van is provided if required, with mostly local work across Croydon, Bromley and the surrounding areas.

Competitive rates of pay.

If you think this is the role for you, contact the Albion Windows team. Call our office today on 02086 550 066 or email info@albionwindows.com.

Is my home secure? A security guide for Londoners

Feeling safe within the sanctity of your own property is every homeowner’s right. Sadly, there are some individuals out in the world that would like to see this compromised. Thankfully, Albion Windows can help you combat against them, supplying and installing home improvement solutions that not only improve style and performance, but actively enhance security too. But where how should you approach this?

Well, to help get you started, we’ve put together some top tips about how to best make your home the most secure it possibly can be.

Reinforce your windows, replace them if necessary

It’s might be an obvious one to mention, but when you consider that 3 out of 10 break-ins occur through an open door or window, it’s worth reassessing how secure yours actually are. The good news is that there’s plenty you can do. The most obvious being to replace your frames’… More