Unless you are choosing one of our glazing solutions which have a standard size, such as our Euro FunkyFront doors, it is likely you are going to want to know the measurements for your new windows and doors.

 

How to measure my new windows and doors?

If you’re not working with a builder or architect you may be measuring the space where your new windows and doors are going to be installed by yourself. Of course, the space you have is likely to be bespoke to your self-build, home renovation or improvement project and so your measurements may not be the same as someone else’s. Luckily, we can provide you with measuring templates for all our front/entrance, French, sliding and bifold doors and windows to help you measure the space you have and what size you want your new glazing solution to be.

If you are working with a builder or architect, we are of course more than happy to still provide you with these measuring templates as they may help them in the designing process of your self-build, home renovation or improvement project.

We can supply you with as many measuring templates as you need and as and when you need them so if you decide after measuring for bifold doors that you’ve changed your mind and would prefer sliding or maybe French, then we can give you the measuring templates for these as well.

Do you need further help?

Not convinced you’ll be able to successfully measure for your new windows and doors even with the help of a measuring template? Not to worry, We also have a team of expert surveyors who can come and visit your self-build, home renovation or improvement project and help you measure. They’ll also be happy to offer any advice on the day too!

If you have more questions about our windows and doors or how best to measure the space for them, you can contact our team today and speak to them. We also have lots of design and style inspiration posts over on our blog to help you pick which windows and doors you might like, if you haven’t picked already, and you can browse our FAQs to see what other questions we are commonly asked.