You had a very limited amount of choice in the old days when it came to windows and doors. Timber-built windows and doors were about all you could buy, but thankfully UPVC came along and changed the landscape in window design forever. As well as being a great insulating material, UPVC can also have a woodgrain effect integrated into its profile, which is what we have done with this window installation. You wouldn’t be daft for mistaking them for wooden windows because of the woodgrain detailing and the Golden Oak finish, and they’ve also helped to lower the carbon footprint of the house.
The view from the bedroom is taken in more frequently by the occupiers following the installation of French doors in the space, and visitors take in the view of the new composite door more intently too. A very close-up perspective of the woodgrain detailing shows you just how authentic the effect is and the hardware is also completely faithful to period window hardware. French doors really took their fancy as there are a further two sets of them at the rear of the house, put there to encourage outdoor living on those occasions when the weather allows for it. But, you could arguably say that the made-to-measure window upstairs is the new main focal point.
There are so many options when it comes to choosing your new windows or doors it can be overwhelming. To help make sense of the different ranges our team are on hand to go through the different varieties and help you find your perfect windows and doors.
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