Resting on the banks of the River Severn, the bustling Cathedral and University City of Worcester is a location that our professional team of installers often frequent. With a diverse mix of properties, there really is a home for everyone here – surrounded by enchanting Victorian suburbs that benefit from our classic sliding sash windows. The city itself holds a varied mix of new suburban family homes and city centre apartments, ideally suited to the likes of our functional casement windows and user-friendly tilt & turn windows; in practical uPVC or modern aluminium frames.

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Reclining on the River Avon, we make our way to the peaceful and picturesque Worcestershire market town of Pershore. Offering some fine examples of Georgian architecture, we have enhanced a wide range of homes here complete with Georgian-style internal bars and Astragal bars for an authentic and original Georgian aesthetic without compromising on essentials such as security and thermal efficiency. Listed as an outstanding conservation area, our time-honoured heritage-friendly vertical sliding sash windows and functional casement windows equally reign supreme here.

20 miles south of Birmingham, surrounded by wonderful Worcestershire countryside and angler’s favourite the River Salwarpe, is the northern Worcestershire town of Droitwich Spa. An ideal base to explore the West Midlands, we have brought many high-quality home improvements to this historic market town. From stylish new family homes to elegant Edwardian properties and charming listed cottages to distinctive detached Victorian properties, not forgetting the beautiful barges that call the tranquil Droitwich Canal home, this desirable neighbourhood continues to benefit from our ‘A’ rated conservation friendly double-glazed products.

Situated in the Wychavon district, Evesham lounges on the meander of the River Avon found between Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford-on-Avon and the riverside town of Tewkesbury. There’s a plethora of new build family developments alongside enchanting countryside period farmhouses here, as well as many 1940’s and 1950’s-era houses and bungalows too. Home refurbishment is also on the up here, as more Evesham homeowners understand the value of a Pears home improvement.

Just 16 miles northeast of Worcester, Bromsgrove is a charismatic market town that our installers often visit to install high-quality windows and doors. Encompassed by wistful Worcestershire countryside, Bromsgrove offers a real choice of activities to both residents and visitors who grace this historical town. From fashionable bifold doors to practical uPVC entrances, with a wide range of new family homes dotted across the town, we’ve been lucky enough to enhance an array of older properties here including charming mid terrace cottages close to the town centre. Bromsgrove’s history remains alive via the Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, which holds a charming collection of restored buildings covering an impressive 7 centuries of history within its grounds.

As a Cathedral City and the county town of Herefordshire, Hereford is situated on the relaxing River Wye and lies just 16 miles east of the border with Wales. Many building styles across Hereford have been rebuilt or improved upon, where an exciting housing regeneration project of 20,600 new homes is expected to be completed in Hereford by 2026. From listed properties to new builds, many Hereford homes enjoy stunning views of the city, the river and surrounding Herefordshire countryside that can only be enhanced further with high-quality windows from Pears Home Improvements.

Idyllically placed at the junction of the River Severn and the River Avon, Gloucestershire’s historic town of Tewkesbury has preserved its medieval character meticulously – making it a real jewel in the Cotswolds crown. Breath-taking half-timbered Tudor buildings, delightful detached countryside cottages and Georgian and Victorian-era homes stand shoulder to shoulder – making Tewkesbury a true English architectural treasure to behold. Tewkesbury homeowners quite rightly must retain the heritage of their stunning homes by adhering to building regulations and conservation restrictions, which is where our expertise shines through.

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Just 15 miles south of Birmingham and within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Castle, the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds, Redditch is a lovely little Worcestershire town that our team enjoy visiting regularly. With an eclectic mix of new build modern living spaces, lovely listed farmhouses and beautiful bungalows, we’re confident we have a renovation style to suit your Redditch home.

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Just down the road from Birmingham and 18 miles northwest of Warwick, Solihull has the prestigious title as one of the most affluent towns outside of London. Recognised for its historic architecture, there are many remaining examples of Timber framed Tudor style houses combined with many fine styles of Victorian architecture. With the River Blythe flowing through this prosperous West Midlands town, we have brought many high-end improvements to Solihull town and its surrounding suburbs.

Located on the western edge of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is renowned for its cultural identity with both the Cheltenham Jazz Festival and Cheltenham Literature Festival welcoming thousands of visitors every year. It is a natural spa town with mineral springs and a wealth of Regency architecture. Conveniently located not far from the M5 motorway, Cheltenham is a popular location for homeowners and visitors alike. From our headquarters in Worcester, we are only a short drive from Cheltenham and our installers regularly work on properties across the town. From the many impressive Georgian properties to the large 1930s semi-detached homes and more contemporary new-build houses, we can provide a solution for all your home improvement needs.

Situated on the banks of the River Severn, Gloucester is the UK’s most inland port. Once a bustling working dock, Gloucester Docks have now been regenerated into an array of residential accommodation, shopping and restaurants and is home to the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum. Founded in the Roman era, Gloucester is home to a diverse mixture of property types spanning centuries of habitation. Gloucester grew exponentially during the Victorian era when boats brought goods, mainly timber along the canals into the city. Many houses were built during this time and Victorian terraced properties can be found throughout the city. At Pears Home Improvements, we have worked on properties across Gloucester. From Victorian refurbishments to contemporary extensions, we’ve got the perfect products for any Gloucester home.

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