Cottage Casements Windows
“We’d been considering plastic and timber options for our new windows, but agreed with the instant verdict from Eddie of Timber Windows of Fornham, that the cottage warranted timber.”
Mr & Mrs Smith comment about their country cottage near Bury St Edmunds; once two homes, now combined into a single dwelling.
“We considered repairing and restoring the old windows, but felt that it wasn’t worth it and they would still require much more looking after.”
Time For New Timber Windows
“They were painted shut and didn’t open, so it seemed they were very much beyond saving.”
Opting for ‘Cream’ cottage casements with Aged Bronze Newbury design handles and pegstays, their appearance suits the style of the house, both inside and out, and complements the newly finished render.
Having lived in the house for three years, the owners have been tackling the house as a sympathetic modernisation, and are planning to replace more windows and doors throughout their home with Timber Windows products until the project is complete.
“The windows are much more elegant now, than those that they replaced, particularly the glazing bars.”
“Our old windows were rotten through, painted shut, and beyond repair.”
“We were impressed with the product guarantees, particularly those in respect of the paint life.”
“The windows are really lovely.”