Located in Bilston, a short drive from Birmingham and Dudley, our Meadow Lane double glazing showroom is just off the A4123 or a 10 min walk from the Coseley train station. The showroom was opened in 2014 and has become locally renowned for high-quality products and reliable service. Its convenient location means that is easily accessible for any homeowners across the West Midlands. Whether you’re looking for ideas, inspiration and advice, visit our Meadow Lane showroom to transform your home.
The knowledgable and friendly DW Windows team are on hand to help make your home improvement dream a reality. Get a taste of our wide range of customisable products for yourself by browsing our variety of windows, doors and conservatories on show. Compare the look and feel of materials, such as uPVC, composite or aluminium, or create your dream extension.
The West Midlands has a storied history and is the second-most populous county in the country, second only to Great London. There are over 2,100 Grade I listed buildings scattered throughout the area, which features a varied mix of old and new houses. From beautiful period homes to contemporary new-builds and everything in between.
There are over 130 conservation areas in the West Midlands and if you’re lucky enough to own a property in one of these, home improvement can be a tricky prospect. With decades of experience and a wealth of local knowledge, we have a deep understanding of planning permission and products, such as Residence Collection timber effect windows (which can be seen at our showroom), that can maintain the character of your home.
Here’s a taste of some of the products you can see at our Meadow Lane showroom in Bilston:
Bilston is a small town between Wolverhampton and Dudley. The first record of a settlement in the area was over 1,000 years ago, with deep industrial ties lacing its history. From the glass industry in the 17th and 18th centuries to the steel industry that it is still renowned for. Today, Bilston’s homes reflect the town’s past, with a mix of old and new properties, there’s no doubt that it retains its industrial charm and heritage.
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