Restoring the cottage’s heritage

The quaint terraced home of Mr & Mrs Gordon has undergone a fantastic makeover that takes it back to its roots.

Replacing uPVC casement windows that had gradually taken over the whole terrace, the homeowners were keen to make a stand in favour of the heritage of the cottage style properties.

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Sash windows with 18mm astragal glazing bars in a colour complementary to Farrow & Ball’s ‘New White’, manufactured in Engineered European Redwood.

“We consulted the council when considering changing the windows, and they were very happy, stating that our plans for the house are as it would have originally been, so they were pleased to get sash windows put back in.”

The homeowners chose sash windows and a new Bardwell back door, all finished in a colour complementary to Farrow & Ball’s ‘New White’.

Improving kerb appeal

“Of course, there’s been lots of benefits of having the new windows in place, but the biggest thing for us has been the vast improvement in appearance.”

“We really hope that it encourages our neighbours and others nearby to do the same and make the transformation for their own homes too.”

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