First Choice Aluminium H&P

Nationwide Aluminium Glazing  Installations

Aluminium Double Glazing Advantages

Aluminium double glazing is perfect for many applications when supplied and fitted by a reputable company using highly skilled tradesmen. Whether in a domestic or commercial setting Aluminium frames are:

  • Strong and durable.
  • Secure and damage resistant.
  • Virtually maintenance free.
  • Easy to clean.
  • Smart and versatile in design.
  • Available in a range of attractive colours.

Good Quality Aluminium Double Glazing

It is extremely important to ensure that your aluminium double glazing is a quality product installed by qualified professionals. First Choice Aluminium H&P specialise in the manufacture, supply and installation of double glazing systems for a whole spectrum of commercial and domestic glazing applications. The FCAHP website has an interesting and informative page listing a few of our very successful projects. We also work under contract to construction and building maintenance contractors and have developed healthy relationships with other companies and architects assisting them with glazing design concept solutions.

Aluminium Double Glazing to The Trade

We fabricate our aluminium systems in our factory in Oldham, Manchester. In addition to our own installation projects we also sell doors and windows to installers and builders. All of our products are manufactured in accordance with our BS 9002 accredited quality system.

Lancashire – Rossendale, Rawtenstall & Burnley – Irwell Valley, Queen Street Mill.

Lancashire has some interesting towns and villages each with its own charm and character such as the valley of Rossendale. Once a forest, Rossendale is surrounded by beautiful scenery, rolling fields and dales. The town of Rawtenstall is the starting point of a picturesque steam train journey taking tourists to Heywood and passing through the pretty Irwell Valley. 
Burnley shows off its cloth making roots at Queen Street Mill Textile Museum which was the last commercial steam powered textile weaving mill in the world and featured as part of a film set for the recent film ‘The Kings Speech’.

Blackburn, Colne & Accrington – Salmesbury Hall, Oswaldtwistle Wildfowl Reserve.

Blackburn is host to the impressive black and white medieval manor house Salmesbury Hall which was originally built with its solar end windows facing towards the east, is now used partly as a wedding and banqueting venue. Accrington draws visitors to its Mill at Oswaldtwistle the grounds of which are home to a Wildfowl Reserve accommodating over 52 varieties of Ducks and Geese. Colne is within reach of the Pendle Hill area and is a popular attraction for walkers.

Todmorden, Ramsbottom & Preston – Traditional Events & Festivals

The famous social reformer John Fielden hailed from Todmorden and was noted for his efforts towards the implementation of legislation which protected the rights and welfare of factory workers. Ramsbottom has several interesting traditional events and festivals such as the annual exhibition of game fowl and annual rhythm and blues festival. Ramsbottom’s ’tilted vase’ is part of the Irwell sculpture trail. Preston was chosen above 26 other English towns to be awarded city status in 2002 and has a rich and varied range of visitor attractions.

Yorkshire – Huddersfield, Bradford & Halifax – University, Artists & Science Museum

Huddersfield lies within the boundaries of the West Riding of Yorkshire and is as well known for its sporting activities as for the excellent Huddersfield University. Nearby Bradford is the birthplace of the renowned artist David Hockney and one of the largest collections of his work is located at the imposing mill built by Sir Titus Salt within his purpose built village on the outskirts of Bradford. There is plenty of entertainment available in Halifax for young and old alike from the excitement of the Eureka science museum to theatres and the imposing Piece Hall for shops, exhibitions and tourist information. Piece Hall, Bradford, was also used as the set for the National Brass Band Championships in the 1996 film Brassed Off.

Leeds, Wakefield & Sheffield – Music Festivals, Prehistoric Artefacts & Steel

The large, vibrant city of Leeds has a vast array of activities including famous music festivals which attract students from the prominent Leeds University and weekend visitors. Evidence of prehistoric man has been found around the area of Wakefield in the form of tools and artefacts made from flint, bronze and iron. Wakefield developed as a thriving market town and inland port centring on the trade of corn and wool. Sheffield takes its name from the River Sheaf which runs through the city and is internationally famous for the innovative Sheffield steel industry.