back to listings SME Profile: Ace Group

1 Wilmington Parade, Brighton, E Sussex, BN1 8JJ

T:  01273 305030   |   E:  info@acegroup-uk.com   |   W:  www.acegroup-uk.com

    

 

BUILDING BETTER FOR THE FUTURE

  • Scaffolding
  • Timber Glazing Solutions 
  • Aluminium Windows & Doors
  • Commercial, New Build, Residential
  • Conservation Areas/listed Buildings

 

Based in Brighton but servicing the whole county of Sussex we have been dedicated to providing our commercial and domestic clients with the highest level industry experience for over 10 years. We specialise in scaffold design as well as scaffold erection. Our fully qualified team can have your scaffolding set up as soon as you need it and will have it taken down when you're finished and ready for it to be removed.

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Trade Timber Windows and Doors are a highly reputable company with over 12 years experience in fitting and supplying high quality timber sash windows. Based in Brighton and Hove but dedicated to servicing customers from around the UK with made-to-order timber windows and doors. Whatever your requirements Trade Timber Windows and Doors can provide expert advice and dedicated service to ensure that your project is completed to the highest standard.

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Upgrading to energy efficient windows or installing glazing can be an easy way to reduce your energy bills.

We specialise in windows, doors & conservatories for homes across the Sussex, Surrey & London areas, including Brighton, Hove & Worthing.

Ace Mark Glazing provide a full range of quality window and glass solutions to commercial, residential and industrial customers across Sussex and Surrey. Trusted by household names throughout the South East, Ace Mark’s reputation for quality is second-to-none.

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