Maximum Vision Windows And Doors – A Clear Way To Order Windows, Doors & Conservatories

Maximum Vision Windows and Doors are a family run business, based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. We have over 22 years experience in the window industry and pride ourselves in our customer’s satisfaction and peace of mind. We cover the whole of Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, The Home Counties and have even completed installations in France.

We established our company in order to provide quality products, combined with a friendly and efficient service. We have no interest in high-pressure sales techniques and want to provide our customers with a straight forward ordering system “a clear way to order windows, doors & conservatories”. By listening to our customers and asking the right questions, it enables us to discover their individual needs and requirements. With this information, we are able to design and shape an installation that is right for the individual home and using the most appropriate products.


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  • So very pleased with the new door fitted by Maximum Vision. The job was done quickly, tidily and - wow! - what a transformation. Goodbye draughts and condensation; hello very smart, pocket and planet friendly door

    Jules Uniacke
  • Thank you so much for your hard work transforming our home. The front on the house last summer and now the patio door. Highly recommended

    Emma Twaite
  • Maximum Vision gave us excellent service from start to finish - they're a very friendly and helpful company to deal with and I'm very impressed with the windows.

    Terrence Foley
  • 5 stars for this company. My conservatory was built 10 yrs ago, only a couple of small problems in that time like one of double glazing panels had gone and Joe & the team came out in no time measuring it up for a replacement and had it fitted when it came in. Highly Recommended *****

    David Lambert

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