The Residence 9 (R9) is a beautiful timber alternative window system that was initially designed to replicate the 19th Century Flush Casement.
R9 can also be used for contemporary style properties due to its beautiful clean lines or for anyone seeking a top end luxury window system that is maintenance free with market leading thermal and acoustic performance.
R9 Timber Alternative Windows are hand crafted using a composite material and can accommodate 28mm double or 44mm triple glazing.
The frames and casements are all butt jointed just as a timber window, the finish has a subtle eggshell grained finish and is available in a selection of period colours or any RAL colour of your choice.
As this flush casement window does not expand and contract the gap (tolerance) around the casements is a lot smaller than on a replacement timber flush casement making the R9 a better ‘like for like’ replacement to the originals.
This new window system is of such high standard that Everest have included it in their range calling it the ‘Everest Elite Window’.
At last there truly is an alternative to real timber, this window will never need painting and will not expand and shrink with the changing seasons. The finish and the design fits perfectly with the soulful tired look of a period property, you cannot tell it from the ‘real thing’ so you can have maintenance free windows without cutting down trees and harming our environment or compromising on the style and value of your property.
Every Thames Valley Windows Residence 9 (R9) timber alternative window is made bespoke to your requirements. You can customise everything including the style, colour and hardware. Thames Valley Windows understands that every client and window installation is different so our skilled craftsman will manufacture your window, to your sizes and specification.
The R9 timber alternative mechanical joints require finesse and attention and can only be executed with hand finishing by individuals who are masters of their trade. Only by replacing mass production machinery with craftsmen can you achieve the traditional jointing features which stand Residence 9 apart from the modern mitred alternatives.
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