Bury St Edmunds
Timber Flush Casement Windows
We have been thoroughly satisfied with the quality, service and installation.
Mr & Mrs Goodman
Improving a much loved family home
Mr & Mrs Goodman have lived in their home in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk for 40 years raising their family in this beautiful property during this time. Originally built in 1957, the now substantially sized house has seen lots of extensions over the years to satisfy the demands of their growing family.
The home stands in impressive, lovingly cared for grounds, which despite the extensions to the property are still expansive and even include a tennis court. When originally built, the house was given wooden windows, which at that time were considered to be good god quality but their age and the fact that many were single glazed, meant they were ripe for replacement.
“We have tackled the project in three phases to date, partly due to the order of priority and secondly to the spread the financial outlay. We began downstairs with replacements in the kitchen and reception rooms; and were very happy with those so then moved on to the upstairs” explains Mr Goodman.
Traditional flush casement windows
Throughout the house, traditional flush casements finished in White were chosen to reflect the original style and design, with slim 18mm ovolo astragal bars, all provided following visits to our Timber Windows of Fornham showroom.
“We have been thoroughly satisfied with the quality, service and installation. Installation was an important factor for us and the team always did a good job; they were clean and tidy, and minimised the disruption.”
“This has always been a very light house with lots of windows, and the new windows are marvellous as they have enhanced this even further; it feels even more light and airy now.”