Location: Oxford, Oxfordshire
This delightful family home situated in Oxford was being held back, aesthetically, by the original timber windows that had seen better days. They were warped and therefore hard top open and close. Maintenance costs were getting ridiculously expensive. Even though they were double glazed, the existing windows were letting a lot of the noise outside from the main road in, as well as draughts and several glass panes had already been replaced. New double glazing windows and doors in Oxford, Oxfordshire was the only option.
When they decided to have work done, our client spoke to their neighbours about whether cream or white would be a good choice for the windows. As all their neighbour’s homes were a mix of rosewood replacement windows and the original timber windows, it was thought that cream or white would be too much and not fit in with the rest.
To give client to visualise what the windows would look like, our designer made architectural drawings. Along with the trip they made to our local showroom, they were better able to make the right decision about replacement double glazing windows and doors in Oxford, Oxfordshire.
For the interior they opted for the Evolution storm casement windows in natural wood grain effect, while they kept with many of the others homes in the area and for the exterior opted for the rosewood effect, with transom bar decoration on window. In order to give easier access to their gorgeous garden, they selected to have Evolution French doors installed.
The couple were extremely happy with the new windows and French doors we installed and the service we provided. So much so that they have already recommended us to one of their neighbours. The sound proofing in their home as well as the heat retention, has been improved exponentially. They even felt that despite the fact we switched their double glazing windows and doors in Oxford, Oxfordshire, there was little in the way of real disruption.
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