Entrance Door and Flush Casement Windows
Authentic timber windows for a Victorian property
The front of this Victorian property owned by Mr Francis has been completely transformed thanks to the range at Timber Windows.
“The rear had been extended a number of years ago and already had double glazing however, the front of the house still had old, single-glazed timber framed windows that had fallen into disrepair”
explains Mr Francis.
With the home having Victorian heritage, Mr Francis explains how they came across Timber Windows.
“We wanted to avoid uPVC as it doesn’t feel right for this type of property. So, we started researching and obtaining quotes from some different timber suppliers including Timber Windows”.
Local showroom with expert knowledge
A visit to their local showroom in Olney gave Mr Francis the confidence to move forward with Timber Windows.
“Once we had seen the showroom and had a visit from a member of the team, we felt very confident in the quality of the windows and doors, and we had the feeling the company would produce good quality work also”.
Flush casement windows finished in ‘Straw’ with 18mm astragal glazing bars and Black Monkeytail handles have been installed at the front of the property.
A Chadlington style entrance door was also installed, giving the front of the property a new, traditional look perfectly suited to the home’s architecture and heritage. The entrance door is dual finished, with ‘French Grey’ specified externally and ‘Straw’ internally. A Chrome Doctors knocker and Polished Chrome Letterplate were also installed, completing the traditional look of the entrance door.
Keeping the cold out
“We have been very happy with the new windows and door. The neighbours have been passing on many lovely compliments”
comments Mr Francis.
He also explains
“the fitting team were all very friendly and always kept us up to date with their progress, which we really appreciated”.
The new windows and doors have also made a noticeable difference inside the home and Mr Francis comments
“the front of the house used to be much colder compared to the extension at the rear. However, it’s now the opposite! The new windows and door have stopped the draughts and prevented heat escaping”.