The Price Experts outline everything you need to know about Everest windows and prices
Established in 1965, Everest has been keeping properties warm, quiet and secure for more than 50 years. With a manufacturing site in Sittingbourne, Kent and Treherbert, Wales, as well as a nationwide network of consultants and installers, the company has helped to improve over 2 million homes in the UK.
Along with being one of the most recognised and respected home improvement companies in the country, all Everest products are tested beyond British standards. The brand also takes great pride in combining the highest quality products with excellent customer care to ensure you’re always more than satisfied with your Everest experience.
From casement, sash and tilt turn windows to secondary glazing and dual turn windows, all Everest windows are energy efficient A-rated as standard. Each window design is also available in a choice of timber, aluminium or uPVC frame materials.
- How much do Everest Windows Cost?
- Everest Finance Options
It’s difficult to give you an exact figure because all Everest windows are bespoke and made-to-measure. The amount you will need to pay will depend on things such as the size, style and material of your window. However, we can tell you that the typical price of an Everest energy efficient A-rated window in uPVC ranges between £1200 and £1400.
An Everest consultant will only be able to give you quote once they’ve carried out a free consultation at your home. With over 700,000 different window options to choose from, it’s impossible for Everest to know the exact price without discussing your needs and viewing your property first.
Regardless of which window option you choose, you should also shop around for a better deal from other providers. This is because all Everest consultants are happy to match any like-for-like quote that you find elsewhere as part of the company’s 7-Day Price Promise.
Feel free to browse our price chart below for more information on Everest windows prices.
If you’re on a tight budget and want to invest in Everest windows, you can take advantage of the various repayment plans. Everest work in partnership with Barclays Partner Finance and Creation Consumer Finance Limited to make paying for your new windows more manageable.
The loan terms on offer from Everest Home Solutions include:
- 15 months
- 24 months
- 36 months
- 48 months
- 60 months
- 120 months
The repayment plans are also flexible, giving you the opportunity to pay off as much as you like each month. If you decide to pay off more than the minimum repayment each month or the entire loan before the end of your agreement, you can do so at any time.
Everest Window Prices
|2400 x 1200||Bay Window 3 Section||uPVC White||£2,100|
|2400 x 1500||Bay Window 3 Section||uPVC Woodgrain||£2,335|
|500 x 500||uPVC Sash Windows||uPVC Woodgrain||£1,450|
|1000 x 500||uPVC Sash Windows||uPVC White||£1,350|
|2400 x 1500||Bow Window 3 Section||uPVC Woodgrain||£2,390|
|3000 x 1200||Bow Window 3 Section||uPVC White||£2,250|
|1000 x 1000||Casement Window||uPVC White||£1,400|
|1200 x 1200||French Casement Windows||uPVC White||£1,550|
|1000 x 500||uPVC Sash Windows||Hard Wood||£2,100|
|2400 x 1500||Bow Window 3 Section||Hard wood||£3,025|
How to Get the Best Price from Everest
We suggest that you always make good use of the Everest 7-Day Price Promise to check whether you can find a better price for the windows you most want. As soon as you get your quote from Everest, contact at least 4 or 5 other window providers, then report back to Everest within the 7 days if and whenyou manage to get a better deal.
It’s recommended that you get in touch with local window suppliers and installers because they tend to be more competitive than national companies. To ensure Everest agree to lower their original price, you’ll need to get a like-for-like quote that includes the same window style, material, size and any other chosen features.
Are Everest Windows Worthwhile Investments?
Everest windows are designed for maximum energy efficiency to enable you to make significant savings on your energy bills. As Everest window achieve an A rating, they could actually save you as much as £450 a year while reducing your carbon footprint. Not only are these windows manufactured to keep your home more comfortable but they also insulate your property against outside noise.
All Everest windows also boast strong and rigid locking systems for added security. They are beaded to prevent anyone from removing the glass panels from the outside too. In fact, most Everest windows actually exceed British Security Standards.
Then there’s Everest’s impressive window guarantees which include:
- Lifetime guarantee against discolouration of all uPVC casements and tilt turn windows
- Lifetime guarantee against fog and condensation between sealed units in uPVC casement, tilt turn, composite casement and aluminium casement windows
- 25-year guarantee on the profile and colour finish on aluminium windows
- 30-year guarantee against fungi and rot on sash, dual turn and timber casement windows
- 10-year guarantee on all windows
- 5-year guarantee on sash, dual turn and timber casement windows with stain or paint finishes
Plus, all guarantees are transferrable if and when you sell your home.
While bespoke windows will never be your cheapest option, you can try and find the same product at a lower price from another provider to benefit from Everest’s price promise. We should also mention that Everest receive great reviews, with customers rating them 8 out of 10 on Trust Pilot (rating correct as of July 2017).
With products accredited by the British Standards Institute (BSI) and as a member of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF), you can rest assured that Everest always adhere to professional regulations and standards.
The following list highlights just some of Everest’s other achievements and accreditations:
- Everest was the first British double glazing manufacturer and installer to be awarded a British Board of Agrément (BBA) certificate for their casement windows
- Everest has also been awarded British Board of Agrément (BBA) certificates for Roof Waterproofing System, Conservatory Roof System, uPVC Roofline System and uPVC Cladding
- The company has a total of 15 British Standards Institute (BSI) accreditations
- Everest is a member of TrustMark, the Conservatory Association and the Institute of Customer Service
- Everest is a Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme (FENSA) registered firm
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- July 2017,
- by Duncan
- in Windows
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