Entrance Doors, Flush Casement Windows and French Doors
“My fiancé and I bought the house about 2 years ago. It had previously been unoccupied, and a lot of work was needed to restore it”
describes Mrs Fraser of her 1980s family home in the West Sussex countryside.
“When we moved in, the windows in place at the time were in an awful state. They had cracked and their style was a bit too ‘fussy’ for our liking. We wanted a more simple, timeless look”.
Professional service from Timber Windows
Mrs Fraser went online to look into different window suppliers.
“We knew we wanted to go for a timber option and to have a good selection of different windows and hardware options was important for us”.
Through her research, Mrs Fraser found her local Timber Windows showroom in Horsham. She liked the products on display and visited on a few occasions to get more information and explore the range fully.
“I don’t like being sold to and one of the companies that were going to give us a quote ended up walking out because I didn’t want to hear their sales pitch! Thankfully, Andy at Timber Windows is fantastic. He isn’t pushy at all and he always had time to answer our questions which really made the difference”.
Mrs Aikens comments.
A timeless finish
A selection of French doors, flush casement windows and two entrance doors were specified for the Fraser’s home. All are finished in ‘Porcelain’ with 18mm astragal glazing bars with the entrance doors in ‘London Grey’.
“We are gradually putting our stamp on the house and the new windows and doors have been an important component in this. They have given us that timeless look we desired while also being a close match to the originals, so they suit the house perfectly”
Mrs Fraser concludes.