Entrance Door, French Doors and Flush Casement Windows
Making the Final Touches to a Dream Home
Having built their own house, to their chosen specification and design in the late 1990s, Mr & Mrs Quickmire were never quite satisfied with a particular aspect of their “new old-style” home,
“unfortunately, the windows were never quite right, as our contractors cut some corners in this area.”
“It’s taken me almost 20 years to convince my husband to get them changed”
Mrs Quickmire comments, with a smile.
“When considering using Timber Windows, we were put in touch with previous customers nearby, and we also had the opportunity to speak to the fitting team. We made a number of visits to the showroom in the grounds of Harewood house; we were always greeted with a lovely reception and received sound advice too, so this was very reassuring.”
Combining design with functionality
Throughout the house, flush casement windows and French doors were chosen in a shade of ‘Dorset Cream’ along with a Norham design front door in Engineered European Oak with a Dark Oak stain.
“The front door is my new pride and joy”
Mrs Quickmire says.
“Previously in our sun room at the back of the house, we could only open a few fanlights, but now in nice weather, we love having all the windows open wide.”
Efficient Fitting and Finishing Service
“We were worried about the fitting, particularly as it was being done in January, but it turned out there really was no need to be concerned, as the team were quick, efficient and tidy.”
“We’d thoroughly recommend Timber Windows, and in fact already have done to several friends and neighbours.”