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At ASPECT Windows and Doors we supply and fit an extensive range of uPVC windows, doors and conservatories. Our manufacturing and quality control services combined with our highly trained and experienced fitters ensure that all our customers are happy and content when the work is complete.

Conservatory, Windows and Doors for your Biggleswade property

ASPECT Windows and Doors are a professional, family run business with many years in the trade. We have a long list of very satisfied customers in and around the Biggleswade area. Your home deserves the very finest quality products, fitted by a professional and caring company who will not cut corners.

We are often working in or around the Biggleswade area, supplying and fitting conservatories, windows and doors. Why not check out the rest of our website for further information about our products and services.

A little about Biggleswade

The area around Biggleswade is thought to have been inhabited from about 10,000 BC, with arrowheads dating from this period believed to have been found in the region. In Roman times, a loop road known as the White Way passed through Biggleswade, linking up with the Ermine Way at Godmanchester.

Biggleswade is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Variations on the towns spelling include Bichelesuuade, Pichelsuuade and Bykeleswad.

In the 5th century, Saxon invaders settled here and the name Biggleswade is thought to have come from Biceil, an Anglo-Saxon personal name and Waed, the Saxon word for ford.

In 2001 a gold coin bearing the name Coenwulf was discovered at Biggleswade on a footpath beside the River Ivel. It was only the eighth known Anglo-Saxon gold coin dating to the mid to late Anglo-Saxon period. The coins inscription indicates that it was minted in London. The coin was sold to an American collector for 230,000 at an auction held the same year. To preserve British heritage, the British Government put in place an export ban. In February 2006 the coin was bought by the British Museum for 357,832 with the help of funding from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the British Museum Friends making it the most expensive British coin purchased until that date.

In 1132, Henry I granted the manor of Biggleswade to Bishop Alexander, also known as Alexander the Magnificent of Lincoln to help endow Lincoln Cathedral. The town was granted a charter to hold a market during the reign of King John and a market is still held in the market place in the centre of the town every Tuesday and Saturday.

On 16 June 1785 there was a large fire in the town that started at the Crown Inn and spread rapidly through the neighbouring streets. By the time the fire had been brought under control, nearly one third of the town had been destroyed, leaving 332 people homeless. In the local parish church there is a stained glass window depicting the fire.

Biggleswade has been a vegetable and produce growing area with trains often taking daily loads of vegetables to Londons produce markets. Even though much of this has now stopped, Bedfordshire Growers, based on the outskirts of the town, still supplies major supermarkets with home grown potatoes and onions.

Biggleswade is also the base of the Jordans cereals business who produce their own brand of breakfast Muesli, Country Crisp and Crunchy Oats and Frusli cereal bars which are sold across Europe.

Other well known goods which have been made in Biggleswade include the celebrated Berkeley Caravans and Sportscars, who had a factory in the town. The factory was demolished and is now a housing estate.

The town had a large brewery, Wells and Winch, in the town centre for many years; its last owners were Greene King but it closed down in October 1997 and the site is now occupied by an Asda supermarket.

Some benefits of replacement doors and windows and conservatories for your Biggleswade property.

  • Unlike timber frames, our uPVC frames are virtually maintenance free.
  • Modern double glazed units help to regulate the temperature of your home better.
  • Our windows, doors and conservatories look great and enhance your home, they also add value to your property.
  • Our products are modern and constructed from the finest materials, using the latest manufacturing technology.
  • Our doors, windows and conservatories offer superior security to your home.
  • Double glazed units help you to save money on fuel bills as they retain heat far better than single glazing and help to keep the cold out too.

Whether it's a conservatory or replacement double glazed windows and doors you require for your Biggleswade property, we are the company to call! A conservatory supplied and fitted by us will give you a genuine feel good factor as well as increasing your living space, whereas our windows and doors are superb at reducing noise and improving your overall security. So if you live in or around the Biggleswade area and have been thinking about improving your property and quality of life, why not give us a call.

Why not contact ASPECT Windows and Doors for a no obligation quote today?

Further Information

If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01438 311 412, email us at enquiries@aspectwindowsanddoors.co.uk or fill in our contact form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.

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