This gorgeous cottage in Hook was built in the 1920s. The owners have done a considerable amount of work on the property but the time had come to replace the Timber Effect Windows in Hook. The original single glazed timber windows had started to flake and rot. You can see the ‘before’ photos in our gallery above. Keen to maintain the look of timber windows but not so keen on the maintenance and upkeep of timber, our client in Hook chose timber-effect double glazing windows from Evolution – and they look beautiful.
Finished in an Olive Grey colour (RAL 7032), these double glazing windows are as close to timber as you will get. They feature flush casements and mechanical joints. At the front of the property, traditional wrought iron monkey tail handles and peg stays complete the traditional look. At the back of the Hook property, a more modern chrome window handle was chosen.
Our client is delighted with their new Timber Effect Windows in Hook and is looking forward to a warmer winter thanks to the new double glazed windows!
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