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The school’s existing windows were uPVC set within hardwood sub-frames. The school was sectioning off part of a larger room in the sixth form building to create a gym area.
Building Regulations required a fire escape from the new gym area, so the existing hardwood frames were removed and new uPVC windows were installed providing the minimum clearance 450mm x 750mm gap, to enable occupants to escape through.
We fitted three white uPVC windows with fully sculptured framing. Liniar system, A-rated energy efficient, with clear toughened glass, fire egress friction hinges, and white handles.
This rental property in Weybridge, Surrey had single glazed windows which were in a very poor condition. Some had been painted shut, some rotten, but all condensated really badly.
The tenant had complained about the existing windows and the landlord wanted to invest back into his rental property.
We fitted one composite front door, one pair uPVC French Doors and five uPVC windows.
The uPVC windows fitted were energy efficient, A-rated double glazed units with fully sculptured frames, white handles, and trickle ventilation to provide better ventilation in the property.
This character property had single glazed timber windows which had rotted and were now insecure and let in the cold.
The owners wanted to replace with something more energy-efficient but in keeping with the style of their property.
We fitted 10 new A-rated, energy-efficient uPVC windows in standard white with fully sculptured framing and Rosewood colour uPVC external cills.
The uPVC windows were finished off with black monkey tail handles and 24mm surface mounted Georgian Bars.
This created more of a period finish for this older property.
This property in Ewhurst, Surrey had single glazed timber windows. As with all timber windows, eventually, over the years, these had deteriorated 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 monkey tail handles.
This property had traditional single glazed timber windows which had become very cold, draughty with lots of condensation causing staining to internal decoration.
The owners decided it was time to upgrade the windows to energy-efficient, uPVC double glazing.
We installed eight uPVC double glazed standard windows and two uPVC French Doors.
The windows and French Doors are A-rated energy-efficient white uPVC with fully sculptured framing with chrome handles.
Second to none. Polite, professional, just perfect. Incredibly happy with my windows and doors, great transformation to my house. The two workmen could not have been more hard working, tidying up after every day, methodical in all aspects of their work.
Their workmanship was of the highest standard. I would highly recommend this company and the workmen.
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 recent customer had a fantastic bar/entertainment room in the garden of their large property.
The existing windows and French Doors were cheaper wooden ones and they were starting to degrade and rot.
They had planned a garden party and wanted to give the garden room a make-over for a smarter, fresh look.
We supplied and installed three new windows, one single entrance door and one pair of French Doors.
The windows and doors are A-rated Black/Brown uPVC chamfered frame Liniar profile.
Our customer was having a large extension built and they wanted new windows and French Doors to match their existing windows.
They have an older property and it was important to them to create a consistent overall look.
We supplied and installed seven windows and two pairs of French Doors. All were white powder-coated aluminium in finish.
The windows at the front of the property were installed into white painted hardwood subframes.
And the windows and French Doors to the rear of the property were installed directly into the brickwork.
All the windows were glazed with top specification glass sealed units with 18mm white Georgian Bars.
This new loft conversion was carried out by House of Building who are based in Reigate in Surrey.
We supplied and installed rear dormer with one window for the new master bedroom and one window in a new en-suite bathroom.
The customer wanted the new uPVC windows to look similar and in keeping with the vertical sliding windows in the rest of the property.
The new uPVC windows were split horizontally halfway down, with only the top half opening.
The new windows were white uPVC Liniar profile A-rated, with fully sculptured suite and surface mounted Georgian Bars.
Our customer had single glazed timber windows and French doors which suffered from condensation and were draughty and cold.
The windows and French Doors were in their main bedroom and they wanted to replace them so they were warmer in the winter months.
The windows had Georgian Bars which were extremely time-consuming to rub down and re-paint and the customer was keen to reduce the amount and cost of maintenance on their older, period property.
We supplied and installed white Liniar uPVC A-rated double glazed windows and French Doors with chamfered framing and surface mounted Georgian Bars.
The French Doors had attractive gold coloured handles.