What would your home look like with a window & door makeover?

Ever sat there dreaming about how different your house would look with new windows and doors? Would it ooze curb appeal and completely transform its appearance?

It can be both exciting and daunting planning a big project like this. You love the idea of modernising the colour and style of your windows and doors, but you have a hard time picturing what they may look like. Or you can see them perfectly in your head, but your beloved can’t quite picture your vision. Whilst there’s a lot of inspiration to be found socially, online and in magazines, making that jump to what it will look like on a home like yours is a challenge for most of us.


To help you design your perfect home we have developed a visualiser tool on our website. Here you can be a digital designer and choose from a huge collection of colours and styles. Simply pick the style of property that most looks like yours and then play with adding different windows and doors. You can even save different looks to come back to later.

You’ll be able to see what they look like from the inside and the outside, (because you can choose to have different colours and textures to suit the interior or exterior of your home), and you can get an estimated price too!

The visualiser is easy, fun and interactive to use and will help you to feel more confident in your choice. On the website you’ll also find details of your local Independent Network Installer who is also a Which? Trusted Trader so you know you’ll be in safe hands.

Because Independent Network is powered by VEKA, one of UK's largest and most established uPVC systems companies, your deposit will be protected and if your installer should cease to trade, you will be covered with an insurance backed guarantee. That’s good to know in these uncertain times.

Try our Visualiser Tool

Design and Discover your Perfect Home

Design your windows, doors or conservatory from start to finish or discover inspirational ideas that transform your home with Independent Network