Slim Sash Windows & Entrance Door with Toplight
Make a house a home
“The response from neighbours and passers-by has been phenomenal”
Mr & Mrs Fox-Partridge say, explaining the effect of their home’s transformation.
Their 1840’s late Georgian, early Victorian period home in Macclesfield, Cheshire has been treated to gorgeous, new, authentic sash windows and a spectacular new front door.
“Our lounge used to be unusable due to the cold and draughts from the window, but it is now transformed.”
“We wanted to keep the integrity of the house and therefore using timber frames, and period features was our main priority – we hate uPVC.”
“We have had numerous people comment on how wonderful our house looks, and how in keeping the windows are.”
Our slim sash windows are finished here in ‘French Grey’ externally and ‘Smoke Cream’ internally with brass ironmongery, and ‘Gothic Amber’ etched glass features in the bathroom. Alongside these, the front door is the Frenchay style in ‘Harewood Grey’ externally with ‘Smoke Cream’ internally, to the frame and toplight, featuring Antique Brass Unlacquered ironmongery from Samuel Heath.
Original Stained Glass
The original stained glass has been retained, and encapsulated within new glazing units, and the toplight is an exact replication of what it replaced,
“the door brief was for pretty much the same as before, but better, and to keep the beautiful glass.”
“The outcome is utterly breathtaking and has returned the much-needed heart and soul to our home.”