We are committed to providing the Auckland region
with world class uPVC joinery and double-glazing solutions.
Our parent company Eco Doors & Windows was the first uPVC window and door company to establish itself in Wellington City. Now Aucklanders can benefit from our 9 years of experience in the industry.
We are backed by Warm Windows, who have a state-of-the-art factory based right here in Auckland. Warm Windows use high-quality German uPVC profiles, and have been fabricating uPVC doors and windows for over 14 years.
02. QUALITY MATERIALS
Our uPVC windows and doors have their home in Germany. Aluplast are the fourth largest uPVC manufacturer in Europe, with 23 production and sales offices worldwide.
Aluplast have one of the highest performing UV stabilizers in the world, and are a leading uPVC supplier to SE Asia, Africa, South America and the Middle East. The product has proven itself in high UV zones for nearly 35 years.
03. PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS
Our range of uPVC windows and doors are BRANZ appraised, meaning they they meet all relevant New Zealand building codes.
Our products are built to Aluplast’s stringent manufacturing standards, and meet all relevant European and Australian standards. We back this up with a 15 year warranty across our entire range of windows and doors.
- To provide the highest quality uPVC joinery and double-glazing solutions.
- To make your home warmer, drier and quieter.
- To save our customers’ maintenance costs of out-dated and inefficient legacy window and door systems.
- To deliver professional expertise and knowledge.
Meet The Director - Ross McKitterick
Ross founded Eco Doors & Windows as a one-man firm 12 years ago after doing personal renovations and discovering a big gap in the market for quality double-glazed windows in Wellington. Ross got immediately to work on the tools, taking care of everything from sales through installation and service. After 12 years, he has expanded into three additional locations including Eco Auckland, employing over 12 installers and over 7 salespeople in the process.