In Great Milton and the surrounding area, a few properties still remain with steel crittle windows housed in timber sub frames.
We were asked to replace the old crittle with flush casement hardwood windows, and to match in with a Farrow & Ball colour of choice on the outside whilst maintaining the classic aesthetics of satin white inside.
Continuing our good relationship with local community schools, Windmill windows were asked to completely overhaul the 6th form corridor at Wheatley Park Academy.
The current corridor was made out of soft wood timber, suffering from rot and wood worm, including a security door with a keyless fob entry. This along with the then current single glazed glass, made the corridor not thermally efficient with the security not meeting the required standard.
At the back end of 2014 Windmill Windows were asked as how to improve the windows at The Old Coach House in Thame.
After investigating the original layout of the windows it emerged that the current designs at the front of the building had been changed from the original and by providing our advice on this as well as our advice of incorporating the modern fire escape and building regs with the new designs, our client was able to successfully pass the proposed windows through planning.