Latest News & Events

FIS Sponsors Local Academy

FIS-Windows-Sponsors-Ipswich-Martial-Arts-AcademyIpswich Kick-boxing and Martial Arts Academy welcomes students of all ages with an interest in self-defence, martial arts and general fitness.

FIS Windows is proud to support this local enterprise in line with our ongoing commitment to bringing local businesses and communities together.


Visit the Ipswich Kick-Boxing website to find out more.



Help us Raise £3,000

This year at FIS Windows we are joining forces with St Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich as one of their 30th Anniversary partners.

We are looking to raise a total of £3,000 during 2019 for this amazing cause and are hoping that local businesses will be willing to help by donating a prize for our end of year Advent Calendar Raffle.

We will be selling tickets throughout the year, giving members of the public the chance to get involved and win prizes each day throughout December. The proceeds of all tickets purchased will go into the pot for the Hospice.



If you are happy to donate a prize or make a cash donation to help support the Hospice please contact Tracy on 01473 251757.  We will of course be promoting the Advent Calendar on Social Media to raise awareness about this and our other fundraising events.  We’ll make sure that anyone who donates prizes or cash is mentioned within our campaign.

Many thanks for taking the time to read this post. We hope that you will be able to help, we would be truly grateful for your support.

S.O.S. The Grand Entrance

We’re so proud to have been part of this “S.O.S. The Grand Entrance project”, helping a well deserving Ipswich family get a brand new front door.

Click on the image below to watch the Solidor Grand Entrance video.














Want to find out more?
Click on the image below to watch the full SOS Renovation project come to life…

FIS GeeWizz Video Link















FIS gets Seal of Approval!

Solidor-installation-SuffolkAt FIS Windows, owner Pas Iachetta is very proud to be an installer of the Solidor Composite Door Range, which is approved by Police for security. Pictured here with Senior Police from Suffolk Constabulary, showing off their stunning “Genoa” door from the Italia collection in Black.

Now that’s what we call a seal of approval!


Find out more about our Solidor door range.


FIS Supports Suffolk Remembers

FIS is proud to be supporting Suffolk Remembers which takes place on Suffolk Day, 21st June.  Organised by St. Elizabeth Hospice, the event will remember loved ones who are no longer with us.

All are welcome to attend the event which will take place from 9.00 pm in Felixstowe seafront gardens where, at sunset, over 4,000 candles will glow…


FIS Supports Suffolk Remembers


Find out more about attending and how you can get involved with this wonderful event at the St. Elizabeth Hospice website.


Over £500.00 raised for St. Elizabeth Hospice

Well done to Tracy and Pina who despite the awful weather on Saturday night, donned their neon & sparkle to take part in the 2018 Midnight Walk in aid of St. Elizabeth Hospice.  They raised over £500.00 for an incredibly worthy cause!!

Congratulations – we’re very proud of you both!























Certificate of Excellence!

What a lovely surprise we received in the post this morning!

We are very proud of this award which supports our ongoing commitment to providing quality products backed up by first class customer service.
















FIS Windows is 12 years old today!!

12 years of top quality home improvements and we’re still going strong, why not pop in and see our range at 17 Holywells Road Ipswich or give us a call on 01473 251757 to book your free quotation!



We won “Solidor of the Month”!

We are proud and delighted to have been selected as the winner of January’s “Solidor of the Month” installation!

Solidor Winners January 2018
















We’re thrilled to be involved!

We’re thrilled to be involved in this amazing DIY SOS project with the GeeWizz charity.  We’ll be contributing to the build of a single-storey extension, to create a brand-new bedroom and fully-equipped bathroom for 14-year-old Daniel Dellar, who suffers from Dravet Syndrome, a form of paediatric epilepsy, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.