Planning your visit to our window and conservatory village
For most of us our home is likely to be the most valuable asset we will ever own. When you choose to improve it, you are investing in that asset. Choosing T&K is a tangible investment in your home.
If you are making such a large financial decision and allowing somebody to physically alter your home, it makes sense to find out a little bit about them beforehand! At T&K we encourage you to visit our window and conservatory village before you make any such decisions.
Here we can show you a wide range of the products we install, you can personally meet the team that will fulfil your project, you can view our state of the art factory that will make your order*, you can view our Quality Charter, our awards and you can get a sense of why we have been around for nearly 40 years and why we plan to be here for many years to come, giving you the peace of mind that T&K will be there to look after you for the period of your guarantee and far beyond.
Better still you will always receive a warm welcome, be allowed to wander our village without harassment from sales people, enjoy a warm or cooling drink ( we will even offer you a nice biscuit! ) and take the time to ensure you are selecting the products that are right for you. Don’t worry if the British weather lets us down we have plenty of brollies to use for popping in and out of our 16 different show areas and we even have a customer loo too.
Feel free to bring the children, we have I pads for them to use and free WiFi, we are open seven days a week, Monday to Saturday 10.00am until 4.00pm and Sunday 10.00 until 2.00pm. Look out for our late evening opening times in the spring and summer. We have ample car parking for you. Should you be unable to visit between these times please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate a time that is suitable for you.
Should you need any help with directions please let us know and we will forward directions from your home to ours directly to you.
Factory visits subject to work patterns and visit timings*