In Great Milton and the surrounding area, a few properties still remain with steel crittle windows housed in timber sub frames. With the conductivity of steel coupled with the thermal inefficiency of the single glazing and the old seals, these windows allow a lot of heat loss in the property not to mention a lack of security that is nowadays a vital component for home insurance.
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. By advising the client on the possibility of having just horizontal cottage bars, we feel that the traditional cottage appearance has been kept on the outside whilst bringing them up to modern living standards.
By also using the black tear drop handles the traditional feel was kept whilst keeping clean lines without too much fuss; a great furniture accompaniment to these fantastic windows.
We are pleased to say that the customer is extremely happy and is now enjoying the benefits of their new premium windows in their new home.
“We are delighted with our new windows – they really do look fantastic and are beautifully fitted. Thank you very much indeed.” Mr & Mrs Treanor, G.Milton 2015
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|Flush Casement||Inside Bathroom||Inside Bedroom|
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