With 1000’s of satisfied customers we can truly say we pride ourselves on quality service and excellent workmanship.
Double-glazing company Taylorglaze was originally established in London and the surrounding areas. After visiting the beautiful Peak District and succumbing to its charms, owner Scott Tuppen and his family made a move to the north and Peak Taylorglaze was born!
Covering all of the High Peak and Derbyshire, East Cheshire and South Manchester, we aim to provide the same exceptional service and workmanship our customers experienced down South. Browse our website to see the work we do and give us a call on 01663 733445.
Peak Taylorglaze is a family firm you can trust, we offer a 10 year manufacturers guarantee on all our double glazed window, door, porch, conservatory, orangery and roof lantern installations.
We will also ensure you have a comprehensive back up guarantee that we will always be there after installation.
Peak Taylorglaze is a Certass registered double glazing company. Like FENSA, Certass Limited is a UKAS accredited certification body. If you ever sell your house you will find that solicitors expect your property to have FENSA or Certass certificates for newer windows and doors.
The company has been vetted by Certass, which means that our business meets the requirements of the Certass scheme in relation to having; complaints handling policy, consumer contract, Public and Employer liability insurance requirements and guarantee wording.
We are also a registered member of the Certass DCLG authorised Competent Person Scheme. Membership of this scheme allows us to self-certify our own installations to current Building Regulations as an alternative to using Building Control.
Member companies are assessed inline with the standards laid down in EN17065 and specific license requirements of DCLG, TrustMark, PAS2030 or Certass. This means that Certass has financially and technically assessed our company to ensure we meet required standards. In addition to initially assessing every member each year, Certass will inspect a sample of work submitted by the member for scheme compliance. Where appropriate, Certass notifies the local authority and issues a Building Regulation Compliance Certificate to the homeowner.