Location: Datchet, Nr. Spurling
A client based in the Spurling area of Datchet had previously purchased a conservatory through Thames Valley Windows around 26 years ago. After their positive experience working with us, they did not have to think too hard about coming back to us when they required replacements for the windows in their Georgian detached family home.
The problem was that the original single-glazing natural timber windows were not providing enough heat and sound insulation and condensation occurred more than the client liked. It was, as you can imagine, important that the new Black and White Tudor-Style Double Glazing Windows in Datchet kept with the look and feel of the property’s period.
After visiting us at the Thames Valley Windows showroom and looking through the wide range of options for windows, they choose the cottage-style Evolution Storm 2 timber-alternative casement windows. These are ideal because they are almost completely indistinguishable from real timber windows and are now acceptable in areas of conservation.
It was our designer who suggested that they opt for the Black and White Tudor-Style Double Glazing Windows in Datchet, Berkshire, to give it that authentic Tudor-style that would be in keeping with the property’s look and make the frames appear slimmer. Georgian bars were also installed onto the panes to give them an even more authentic look and feel.
After the work was completed, the client was, once again, completely delighted with the results. They were especially impressed with the timber-look of the windows, including the hand-crafted joints and wood-effect detailing.
You may also be interested in reading our blogs: ‘Timber Alternative Windows For Conservation Areas‘ or ‘Why Choose Evolution Storm Windows?‘