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Our customer had recently moved into this property.
The existing windows were approximately 30 years old and had aluminium frames fitted into timber sub-frames. Some of the sealed units had blown (misting up), and some hinges had failed. The windows were also very thermally inefficient.
Our customer wanted to replace with easy to care for and energy efficient uPVC windows with slim framing and equal sight lines.
We installed two bay windows, six windows and one set of French Doors.
To achieve equal sight lines, the windows were externally glazed (thinnest frame sections) with dummy casements to the front of the property. We also replaced the fascias above and leadwork below the upstairs bay window.
This property in Ewhurst, Surrey had single glazed timber windows. As with all timber windows, eventually over the years these had deterioated with weather and sunlight damage. Some had also been painted shut.
The old windows had become insecure and provided little warmth and energy efficiency – resulting in a cold and draughty house. The owners decided they wanted to fit new energy efficient uPVC windows.
We fitted White Woodgrain uPVC windows – one bay window and nine standard windows.
The A Rated energy efficient windows had fully sculptured framing with stylish black monkeytail handles.