Entrance Door, Flush Casements and Sash Windows
Having lived in his West Midlands terraced home for 3 decades and retired from a busy career in the past 2 years, Mr Cleary decided now was the time to do some work on the house.
“I’m putting the house back to how it should be, and I like the fact that I can do this, making it look as intended”
Mr Cleary explains.
“The previous owner had put in uPVC windows that didn’t look right.”
Transforming the Entrance
Opting for a beautiful, solid Bevington design door in Mustang Green with Off-White frame, and polished brass ironmongery to transform the entrance, Mr Cleary was also sure to put authentic sash windows in upstairs, along with a casement bay window including multi-coloured stained glass; a feature of the local area.
Neighbouring properties can provide a rich source of information when restoring a home. Using nearby houses that still had original windows and doors, we were able to ensure that the designs and styles were both authentic and as close to correct as possible.
“I’m now really pleased with it, and it’s achieved exactly what I was hoping for.”
“The fitters did an excellent job, even carrying on during a snowstorm to ensure the bay window was speedily secured in place.”
“Having seen signs on local houses from other installations, and positive word of mouth, I knew that the Harborne showroom was very good.”