The VEVO windows have been fitted to a good standard by Realistic Windows. I couldn't give Vevo a higher rating because I could not find any evidence of quality accreditation on their website or from my local supplier. The profile (Eurocell) is manufactured to British Standards along with all the other window fittings so as much as I feel I have a quality product as I stated earlier I have no evident that Vevo manufacture to the appropriate British Standards.
Mainly patio doors and front door fitted. The quality of the fitting was superb. The fitters were all punctual, pleasant and cleared up very well after they'd finished. Even when there was a slight issue, the company organised it to be corrected as soon as possible. The work was done n April 2013.
Albion windows is a selected Vevo installer which means that they have undergone rigorous checks to receive such a symbol of trust. I would like to thank David Berry, Danny, Steve etc, for all their help and assistance in making sure that installation went as smoothly as possible and with the least amount of disruption to myself as possible.
I was extremely pleased. The workmanship was excellent and it was nice to see how happy my wife was with the end result. I have already recommended my local Vevo Windows installer to my neighbour after they had seen work being carried out on my property. The service I received from my Vevo Windows installer was second to none and I would like to thank them for such a great experience.
The floating mullion on the kitchen double glazed windows has made a fantastic difference to the outlook and we can open the windows wide to enjoy a simply fantastic view. We would certainly recommend a Vevo select local installer to our friends and family.
We had Danny and Tom who worked very hard and certainly knew their stuff and were very friendly and easy to have in the house. We would have them back again anytime no problems at all. The installation wasnât as straight forward in certain areas of the house due to unforeseen structural issues but Danny and Tom managed to work past these issues to finish the installation to the highest standard.
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The new Monkey Tail handle is now available, for an authentic, aged look. Designed to complement windows in period homes, especially with the white grained finish that our customers love.
Monkey Tail handles feature:
-Multi point locking mechanism
-Security rich features
-Made of high-quality stell, with realistic wrought-iron finish
- Universally handed
So if you are considering buying period style windows make sure you look at the new Vevo Monkey tail handles.
They are the perfect finishing touch for your Vevo wood-grain windows.
Vevo continually pushing technology and innovation
Sometimes it's not all about radical design changes but just understanding what our customers need. We listen to what our customers tell us and make the improvements they need.
That's why we have Improved the Closure for large top hung windows.
GT Bow-Constrictor is a spring device designed to improve the seal of a sash at the vertical side of large top hung windows. This simple device helps when closing the window, causing the unique Bow-Constrictor to assist the compression between sash and middle of the frame, providing a more positive and robust seal. It also allows the use of night vent locking positions when required.
So if you require a larger top hung window make sure you choose Vevo as it is manufactured and fitted as standard on all our tall top hung windows.
I am not generally given to writing to companies to say thank you. I guess I just expect a good quality level of service or product.
However, when I needed both advice and pricing on some windows for my home, I could not have expected more. I found Vevo on the web and thought the site looked nice and professional. Within an hour of making an enquiry I had a call from Mick of ETC windows, which was the local Vevo Installer.
When Mick visited his advice on fitting windows and the planning permissions required was brilliant. Mick took on the issues of talking to the local planners and finding out that my home fell outside its previous grade 11 restrictions. I had no idea.
Not only had he gone the extra mile for me but also pointed out the issues with fitting period windows in an old property. The pitfalls and the possibility of lintels not being there etc., how the windows would be grained in white wood, use mitre joints to look like timber and even down to the period style Monkey tail handles he showed. All a bit technical but great advice all the same.
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