A lot has changed since Everest first started improving homes 50 years ago. They have introduced an ever growing range of products, and continue to be at the forefront of product development. It is their commitment to producing the best products of their kind on the market that marks us out in the industry.
Their unparalleled range of products ensures they can always find the perfect one for you. Combine this with their decades of experience across over 2 million homes, and their expert advisors and design consultants, to guarantee an unrivalled choice.
What differentiates us from other home improvement companies is that they value their customers so highly. They place your needs at the forefront of importance when designing new products and their workmanship and attention to detail results in Everest making products of the highest quality.
Value and workmanship that lasts
Going for the cheapest home improvement option probably won’t give you the best value in the long run. Long lasting value is at the heart of everything they do. That’s why they don’t have a fixed price list, but tailor your quote to your needs. Everyone’s different, so they look at exactly what you want and make sure that’s all you pay for.
All their products are also made with the highest quality materials and tested beyond British standards so they last longer with longer guarantees. Many even come with great price offers too.
They're often asked why they don't show prices on their website or provide quick quotes. The short answer is because they put you in control.
The reason their windows are so secure and don't let in draughts is because they precision build your windows to fit your home to the millimetre. In fact they've made over 2 million windows but they don't think one would have been right for you, as all their windows are based on the exact size of your own specific window and are available with endless options.
They can be customised with your choice from:
3 different materials - uPVC, Timber and Aluminium
5 different styles - casement, sash, dual turn, tilt and turn and secondary glazing
30 different opening styles
2 glazing options - double and triple glazing
25 different colour options
5 different furniture options
7 types of glass - obscure, decorative, security, safety, noise reducing, self-cleaning and anti-sun
When you multiply all these options together, along with other options like Georgian bars or lead window options you can see that choosing Everest gives you 787,500 different window choices. And that's before they've even measured up. Do you need that many? No, you just need one. But it must be the right one for you. At the price that's right for you.
So you can see, when their aim is to give you precisely the window you want, with the fittings you choose, made to fit your home exactly, it would be unfair on you if they guessed at the cost before they'd measured up, shown you samples to allow you to judge the quality or even asked you what your ideal window would look like. Guess too low, and you'd feel annoyed if the final quote costs a little more. Guess too high and you might be put off - when a quick chat and a tweak to the design could bring it back within your budget.
How can some companies show prices on their website?
Companies who advertise set prices can do so because they only stock windows in standard sizes with basic accessories.
If they fit a window and it leaves a gap, they just fill round it with expanding foam. So you have very little control over the size, or the look of your windows - or the quality of the product and fitting.See more