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Budget Aluminium and Glass established in 2010 and is founded on a commitment to Excellence. Quality and Service is our promise of Excellence to our customers. We have a hands-on approach and good long term relationships with our customers. We strive to keep our customers satisfied by designing, manufacturing and installing good quality products meeting specific needs and preferences. 

Whether you are involved in a new build project, refurbishment or renovation Prosper Windows can supply you with superb quality window systems; sliding windows, pivot windows, top hung and side hung windows, Sliding Doors, Folding Doors / Stack Doors, French Doors / Double Doors, Shopfronts and double glazing Products.  Our services also includes the manufacturing and installing of double glazing products.

All of our windows and doors are manufactured from the highest quality architectural aluminium supplied and powder coated by the biggest supplier to the aluminium manufacturing trade.

We keep our prices competitive to insure an economical solution for your home, or the commercial market.     

  • Aluminium's density is only one-third that of steel, and thus very light, and yet a very durable metal making it  Ideal for windows and doors. 
  • Aluminium is very strong, as any aluminium alloys can match the strength of steel, if not exceed it, with the benefit of almost no maintenance compared to other options for windows and doors.
  • Aluminium is not easily soluble in water, which makes it resistant to weather, and common gases within the atmosphere.  Aluminium naturally generates a protective oxide coating and is highly corrosion resistant. Different types of surface treatment such as anodizing, painting or lacquering can further improve this property. It is particularly useful for applications where protection and conservation are required.
  • Aluminium is 100 percent recyclable with no downgrading of its qualities. The re-melting of aluminium requires little energy: only about 5 percent of the energy required to produce the primary metal initially is needed in the recycling process.