Softer Approach

“We had always been slightly concerned about the potential disruption of changing the windows and doors”
Mr & Mrs Wheater explain.

“We were assured by Timber Windows that it would be fine, and it was – we haven’t had to do any redecoration.”

“The finishing to the fitting of all the products is incredibly neat, particularly impressive around the stone mullions and the internal architrave.”

Typical of the West Yorkshire house styles, their 1980s built home has individual windows set within stone surrounds.

‘French Grey’ windows offer a softer finish, and were chosen to blend more with the garden.

A real transformation!

“The house now feels gentler and the changes have really lifted it.”

An ‘Oxford Blue’ front door set, replace gloomy, dark doors,

“the new doors have made a tremendous difference to the look and the light indoors.”

“The extra light that we now get in has really made our home and us feel brighter.”

A bespoke Timber, arched double Bardwell entrance door finished in ‘Oxford Blue’
A bespoke, arched double Bardwell entrance door finished in ‘Oxford Blue’ with 27mm astragal glazing bars, accompanied by a Polished Chrome Chatsworth handle and letterplate. Manufactured in Engineered Meranti Hardwood

“Our old windows and patio doors barely opened, we never used them because of this.”


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