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Everest Windows & Doors Scotland

Double Glazing, Triple Glazing & Front Doors for Scotland

  • Covering Edinburgh, Glasgow and all Scotland
  • Bespoke products made in Britain
  • Built to last with long-lasting guarantees

Everest Windows & Doors in Scotland

At Everest, we have installation centres and representatives in Scotland for a more local service. We work to fit around your needs with design appointments available at a time to suit you, including evenings and weekends. From initial design consultation to manufacturing and installation, our expert teams take care of it all, every step of the way.

We offer core products of windows, doors and conservatories. All Everest products are made-to-measure to ensure a perfect fit and bespoke, made to your individual needs. The combination of styles, materials, colours and finishes means you have hundreds of options to make your perfect windows or door.

With Everest, you can rest assured you're getting windows and doors that meet the British Standard for security so your home is offered the highest level of protection. Our windows and doors are accredited with Secured by Design and PAS 24 which tests every aspect of security.

We recognise that energy efficiency is essential and we're committed to developing the most energy efficient double glazing and triple glazed windows on the market with the lowest U-values in the UK. As Future Homes and Buildings Standards are introduced and subject to more consultation, there is no doubt that the standards for the fabric structure of buildings are going to keep increasing. By future-proofing your home now as much as possible, it will ensure the maximum value of your property and reduce energy bills.

Everest has been manufacturing windows for over 50 years. We are proud that our Everest products are designed and manufactured in Britain, at our factory in Treherbert, Wales.

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Double glazing or triple glazed windows in a range of styles & colours made-to-measure

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Meets British Security Standards, reduce draughts & weather-resistant in a wide range of styles

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Areas We Cover in Scotland

Everest has a local installation centre in East Kilbride that serves all of Scotland including the Highlands.

The areas we cover in Scotland include Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Aberdeen, Dundee, Perth, Stirling, Falkirk, Ayr, St Andrews, Dumfries and Oban.

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scottish house styles

Architectural Styles in Scotland

Traditional houses in Scotland range from the Crofter’s cottages in the countryside to high-rise tenement buildings in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Other types of houses in the country are similar to standard house styles across England such as 1930s semis, 1960s semis and millennium new builds.


Tenement buildings were an economical way to use space and building materials in cities and the tall buildings are a typical building style of the cities in Scotland.

Tenements are usually three or four floors high and built from stone with pitched slate roofs. At the back was a garden or drying green shared by everyone in the block.

Tenement buildings for the wealthy featured large rooms, high ceilings and bay windows. However, the slum-style tenements were a long way from the luxury homes of the wealthy and often had only one room per family. These run-down and overcrowded tenements gave the buildings a bad name.

Today, the remaining tenement style is still popular with high-ceiling rooms and tall sash windows.

In Edinburgh, the New Town tenements are built from sandstone and feature white wooden sash windows.

Edinburgh Old Town has some of the oldest high-rise buildings in the world and the New Town was built in the 1700s in symmetrical terraced streets. Both old and new towns are considered one of six UNESCO world heritage sites in Scotland.

For tenement-style period properties we recommend:

Windows: Sash windows in white.

Door: Six-panel wooden door with traditional furniture, in dark colours such as black, dark blue or red.

Scottish Villas

In the 18th century, detached houses for middle-class families were built on the edges of towns and cities across Scotland. Although they began as detached houses, later many semi-detached villas were also built as a more affordable option.

Pollokshields in Glasgow, Broughty Ferry in Dundee and Minto Street in Edinburgh are all examples of Scottish Villa-style houses.

Early Villas had plain exteriors but later began to feature more expressive facades inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement. Windows are multi-paned casement or sash wooden frames in white.

For Scottish Villas, we recommend:

Windows: Sash windows or casement windows in white with Georgian bars.

Door: Timber or composite panel door with glazed panels in white, black, brown and blue, or a natural varnished timber finish.

Scottish Cottages

The typical and rustic cottage style of Scotland is the Crofter’s cottage, a basic dwelling of one or two rooms on one floor. The buildings have thick stone walls, low thatched roofs and small recessed windows.

Crofters cottages are mostly built across Northern Scotland and often in coastal areas. Other cottage styles in Scotland are also usually arranged on one floor and built in terraces.

For Scottish Cottages, we recommend:

Windows: Wooden (sometimes uPVC) flush casement windows with traditional Georgian bar styling in white, cream or grey.

Doors: Wooden or composite door or stable door in white, cream, brown or grey muted shades.

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Why choose Everest windows?

Designed & Made In Britain

All Everest products are manfactured in Britain at our factory in Treherbert. Unlike other suppliers, we make the entire window or door at the factory in Wales and don't import cheaper door slabs or window frames premade. We work hard to deliver nothing less than the highest quality products.

Made in Britain

Guaranteed for peace of mind

We're so confident in the quality of our products that we offer some of the longest guarantees in the industry. In fact, we're the only major home improvement company to offer lifetime guarantees as an upgrade on our uPVC exclusives double and triple glazed windows.

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Our high-quality double glazed windows will keep your home warm, safe and quiet.

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Our triple glazed windows are our most energy-efficient, with an A++ energy rating.

Everest Popular Door Styles

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All Everest front doors are made-to-measure for a perfect fit

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Let light flood into your living space with either modern aluminium or uPVC.

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Auminium bi-fold doors offer a slim profile and a sleek modern look.

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