About Us

Kevin Brown and his partner Paloma, the owners of Twyford Windows, have been in Twyford village now for five years and since setting up the Twyford Windows showroom, have thrown themselves into village life. They are extremely keen on all aspects of the community and are fierce promoters, not only of their own company - but of all Twyford businesses, Twyford events and the very idea of making Twyford Village a better place to work live and play.

Twyford Windows has an excellent reputation for supplying the best quality products at extremely reasonable prices.

The windows, doors, conservatories, soffits, fascias, cladding,and flat roofs that Twyford Windows supply are among the very best available on the market today. This means that from the huge range of styles and designs that they can offer there should be something to suit everyone. Twyford Windows also use only specialist fitting teams who work unsurprisingly to the same very exacting high standards. They are the obvious choice as a local company to go to when you are looking to renovate and improve your home whether its with a new door, conservatory or the very latest 'A' Rated energy efficient windows.

As well as running a highly successful local business, Kevin is very involved with the Twyford Village Partnership and helps to run their flourishing Business Forum which was very instrumental in putting on last year's Twyford Christmas Fayre – more details about what they do and stand for can be found at www.twyfordvillage.com. And if all that wasn’t enough he is also one of the leading lights in the Twyford Village Home Improvements Group and has been involved with a number of local charity events. Suffice it to say that he is heavily involved in helping plan for the future. Twyford Village is a vibrant and bustling place to live and work - a great thing to see in these austere times. But it seems that by sticking together and working for the good of the whole community, the business people of the village have hit on the best way of surviving the current economic woes!