Up to £3,000 discount on your windows with our Help To Buy Scheme

The Anglian ‘Help to Buy’ Scheme is no longer running, but you can still save money with our current offers

We’re committed to making your home improvements more affordable. It’s why we continue to create promotions that help you to buy new windows, including affordable financing on our products.

Whether you’re looking to save money on your heating bills or replace old windows that have seen better days, you can count on Anglian to deliver high quality, double or triple glazed windows that do the job.

Right now, there’s various discounts across windows, doors, porches conservatories, extensions and rooftrim products. Whatever product you are looking to upgrade or enhance, each comes with a long parts and labour guarantee should you need to use it.

Request a price today to find out how Anglian can help you to buy your new windows.

Guarantees

Unlike many other home improvement companies, the Anglian windows and doors guarantees are covered by insurance. This means that the cost of partial or complete repair is covered if we ceased trading.

We guarantee our windows, doors, conservatories and rooftrim products for 10 years when it comes to parts and labour. Sealed glass units are guaranteed for 15 years and there’s a whole range of security and paint/finish guarantees depending on the product you choose.

Price match

We're confident that our products represent the highest quality at the best price possible for you. If you can find an equivalent uPVC windows or doors product cheaper elsewhere within 7 days, then we’ll match the price.

Current Offers

Make an enquiry through our online form and you’ll receive up to £500 discount on your order. It’s as simple as that.

  • Up to £200 off a conservatory
  • Up to £150 off doors & windows
  • Up to £150 off rooftrim

You can take advantage of this extra discount in conjunction with other offers, helping you to buy windows, doors, a conservatory or rooftrim products at a more affordable price.

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Why Anglian?

  • Flexible finance

    Spread the cost of your new windows and doors with our low rate finance plan from 9.9% APR variable.

  • Quality guaranteed

    Your windows and doors come with a 10-year guarantee and 15-year sealed unit guarantee.

  • Price match promise

    Find like-for-like uPVC windows and doors cheaper elsewhere within 7 days and we'll match the price.

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Help to Buy Windows FAQs

Can I get a grant for new windows?
You can no longer get Help to Buy Window grants from the Government to cover the cost, however many private companies including Anglian sometimes offer scrappage schemes to help with the cost of new windows and doors. We recommend you keep an eye on our website for our next scrappage scheme promotion. In the meantime, our low rate finance plan is designed to help make the cost of new windows a more manageable expense.
Can I get free double glazing
If you have a low income, or are over the age of 60, you may be able to get free double glazing however, with the Government cutting its double glazing grant and not replacing it, the chances are low.
How do I qualify for a home improvement grant?
There are many not-for-profit, local charities around the country that can help with your home improvements. Assistance can vary from renovations around the house to looking after your garden. If you're over the age of 60, disabled or on a low income your local Home Improvement Agency may help you to repair, improve, maintain or adapt your home.
Can I get a grant for new windows in Scotland?
The Scottish Government has made available interest free loans of up to £4,500 per household to install a variety of items including new double-glazed windows. The aim of the loan is to improve energy efficiency and encourage the use of renewable technologies. The loan scheme is open to homeowners and registered landlords in Scotland.