Location: Nettlebed, Oxfordshire
Our client in Oxfordshire desired Evolution’s Timber Alternative Windows from the Flush range, replacing their dated double-glazed Georgian white windows to give their home a fresh new look.
These windows offer the best of both worlds; they benefit from the strength and low maintenance of uPVC, whilst replicating the beauty of a timber window. The Flush casement with visible timber joints are extremely pleasing to the eye, charming and elegant. The transom bar running horizontally across the window adds a little Victorian character typical of period properties. When closed, the casements sit flush with the outer frame. The window joints and 45mm deep window sills also perfectly replicate that of a timber window.
However at the rear of the property, the client chose windows that did not have the transom bar running horizontally to make the use of uninterrupted views of their back garden.
The renowned French / Olive Grey from Evolution on the outside gives the windows a softer look, whilst white on the inside helps to keep the rooms bright and light, and the windows are finished with elegant tear drop handles.
The owners of this property in Oxfordshire really wanted to keep their original blue front door (as shown in the before images), but once they realised the fundamental style change to their existing windows, (being option 1 from the 3D images), we produced 3D drawings (also shown in the images) enabling our client to visualise the transom bar on the windows they so wanted to keep, and the change to the colour of their front door which matches perfectly, and completes the overall transformation.
We also changed 2 sets of French doors at the rear of the property before the owners were ready to enjoy their lovely home.
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