PVC Directo, Specialists in Windows and doors

By Advertiser, in Profiles · 03-01-2019 15:21:00 · 0 Comments
PVC Directo, Specialists in Windows and doors

Well-fitting windows and doors can make a huge difference to a home, cutting down on draughts, reducing heating bills and helping to create a comfortable home.

PVC Directo stands out for its simple and straightforward way of getting things done, providing a range of double-glazing options for your home and they have now opened a new, larger showroom, offering clients an even wider range of products and services but still with the same top quality.
You can now find PVC Directo at their easy to find showroom on the EN125 in Pêra, in front of the vet and next to the turning in Algoz.
Established by Sandro Luz, PVC Directo offers a no-nonsense approach to double glazing your home, providing the best products at the best prices for all budgets.

Services include assembly of doors and windows in PVC/Aluminium, aluminium shutters, standard blind, electric blinds, conservatories and mosquito nets.
Having previously worked for Speed Frame, Sandro brings a wealth of experience to the company and is able to provide a bespoke service to every client.
Sandro and his team, offer free home visits, to take measurements, discuss options (colours, models, designs), and draw up budgets and they pride themselves on punctuality and professionalism, leaving everything clean and tidy – as they found it.
So, if you are looking to fit new doors and windows or simply need maintenance for existing ones, why not give them a call today? Or visit their new showroom on the EN125 road.
Visit the showroom on EN 125, Areias de Pêra Rch Esq Sul Loja 1 Fracção A, 8365-201 Pêra, GPS: 37.124247,-8.337148.

For more information Tel: (+351) 282317472, 916184148 (Sandro), 968125478 (Lidia), email: info@pvcdirecto.com or visit: www.pvcdirecto.com


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