Working with Self Builders

Broxwood – the self builder’s friend

At Broxwood we thoroughly enjoy working with self builders, as experience shows us they are great at doing their research of which selecting windows and doors is no exception.

Broxwood is the perfect partner for a self build project. Our windows and doors are available with U-values from 1.4 to 0.7, appropriate for any project including a passive house. Orders can be fine tuned with glazingglazing bar, and surface finish options. There’s a wide choice of soft and hardwoods from certified sustainable sources, including, Nordic red pine, larch and oak. So we can definitely meet your needs.

Whether you’re working through an architect or independently, get to know Broxwood as early as possible and make 100% effective use of your window and door budget.

Broxwood windows and doors are highly engineered and require a skilled qualified fitter. If you are planning to install your own windows and doors please consult us first. Broxwood also has a small dedicated team of fitters available on a first-come, first-served basis. Find out more about the Broxwood Supply and Fit service.

Where to start

  • For the best results get in touch with us as early as possible to discuss your project.
  • Digital drawings can be uploaded through our Request a Quote form where you can also let us know any other important information.
  • An individual customer account manager will be assigned to you for the lifetime of your project.
  • Place your order and we’ll normally deliver your order within 5-6 weeks. On larger orders deliveries can be staged to tie in with your build schedule.

 

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Broxwood’s passive house standard timber windows and doors provided the perfect solution for Findhorn’s ecovillage development. Read the Findhorn case study