Our client, the owner of this stunning property in Nettlebed was looking to replace their authentic Georgian double-glazed windows. They were interested in giving the property the rejuvenation it desperately needed. They chose Evolution Flush windows. These double glazing windows in Nettlebed provide the best of both worlds in that they are uPVC and therefore require little to no maintenance and are incredibly robust. But all of this is without any compromises having to be made on how they look. Evolution wood grain effect widows are known to be as close to the real thing as possible.
The timber effect joints used with these windows adds a delightful touch of elegance and charm. While the transom bar decoration on window gives it that touch of Victorian style. As the name suggests, the windows sit neatly flush with the outer frame when they are closed. It is not just the windows and their frames that help simulate the look and feel of genuine wooden windows, the 45mm deep window sill and joints help too.
To the rear of their home, however, the client opted for windows without the transom bar, to ensure the views of the garden were unobstructed. By choosing the French Grey (Olive Grey) colour for the exterior, the double glazing windows in Nettlebed have a much softer look, while it helps to add brightness to rooms on the interior and teardrop-style chrome handles just help finish them off.
Originally, the owners wanted to keep the blue front door the property had originally, that can be seen in the images taken before we carried out work. However, once they understood just how much the style of the windows would be changed, from the 3D drawings we created to help them visualise it, they changed the front door’s colour to ensure everything matched perfectly.
Before our clients could enjoy their exquisite home though, we also helped finish this double glazing windows in Nettlebed project by replacing two pairs of French Doors.