This property had a huge 3 metre window replaced by us. We had scaffolding put in place and carefully removed the old window, replacing it with a new 24 stone version. It took 4 men to complete the installation but it went smoothly and the client was very pleased with the end result, which included new cladding, fascias and soffits around the whole house.
This house was given a whole new look just by replacing the dark wood windows with bright, white U-Pvc ones. The dark front door unit was replaced with a modern composite door in Blue with white U-Pvc sidelights. The overall look is of a modern, attractive home.
This client chose to have her old windows replaced with flush casement windows.
This is a relatively new product giving
a smooth, flat finish to the frame which
is very neat.
The garage window on the left was an old wooden one that had seen better days! We replaced it with a new U-Pvc one with 9mm square lead to match the rest of the house.
A much smarter look.
The old aluminium patio doors on the left were replaced by new U-Pvc patio doors to update the look of the house. The white frame gives a better look and ties in with the existing windows.
The white wooden door was replaced by the attractive blue composite version with silver door furniture. The client wanted to retain the original wooden arch above the door so we tailor-made the frame to the new door to fit the existing area.
The new door brings out the arch and gives a really smart and striking finish to the main entrance to the property…
a nice first impression!
The bottom double glazed unit was removed and replaced with a new unit that had a hole cut in it for the cat flap.
The cat flap that was fitted was a ‘chipped’ one to allow only the owners
cat to use it.
To the left are 2 windows that were originally divided by a stud wall. The wall was removed at some point leaving windows that opened in different ways . The bottom opening window was a stand alone one. We removed these and replaced them with one unit, see right, thus finishing off the room and neatening up the window.
The older wood bay on the left was replaced by the more modern and practical PVc version, see right. It gives a cleaner look and is far more efficient in terms of retaining warmth.