Home Blog Visit To Chinnor

Visit To Chinnor


This week we visited the lovely village of Chinnor, in South Oxfordshire. We couldn’t help but notice how with all the green areas and woodlands surrounding the brick and flint houses, a home improvement such as a house extension, bi-folding doors, a conservatory or an orangery can make such a difference in connect your home with nature.

We stumble across St Andrews Church, a stunning building, with beautiful outdoor space, full of tall trees that provide you a peaceful feeling, the indoors full of detailing, graceful and elegant from the rib-vault ceiling to the combination of wood and concrete. But what really caught our attention were the stained-glass windows, that bring so much light to the inside, while looking beautiful with the colours and figures they display.

One of the suggestions we give to our customers for them to get that same sophisticated style and lighting into their homes is to go for our range of aluminium windows, bi-folding doors, conservatories or orangeries. Because:

  • Aluminium is a lightweight but strong material, it’s the perfect combination between style and efficiency
  • Aluminium windows work as an energy saver as they are built with a “thermal break” that effectively separates the exterior and interior surfaces to stop heat and cold crossing from outside to inside.
  • The thin frames give a more sophisticated look, leaving the opportunity to place bigger double-glazed units, bringing more light into room

Another popular material for home improvements and extension is UPVC, it has become the go-to choice for many homes in the UK.

UPVC is:

  • Cost-effective
  • Is a material that requires little maintenance
  • Long lasting
  • It’s a high energy rated product
  • It can be adjusted to the design style you are looking for

Like the example pictured of a customer we recently visited, during our trip to Chinnor, the shape, size and finish were completely adjusted to the be-spoke design to the requirements and look they were after. Glass walls to see the beautiful and colourful garden while sitting and chatting with friends and family. Roof vents and a wide door to let the fresh summer breeze in and underfloor heating to make it cosy during winter this extension has become the afternoon’s place-to-be.

 


Read what's going on at Hazlemere

3 Ways To Get A Better Sale Price For Your Home

Looking to make a fresh start and move elsewhere in 2020? Prior to contacting any estate agents and asking them to come out and value…

Read more

Why Modular Extensions Are Best Avoided

It’s easier to extend your home since the government decided to allow larger single-storey extensions to be added without planning permission. The taking away of…

Read more

How To Turn Your Home Into A Romantic Setting For Valentine's Day

Do you have something romantic lined up for your partner this Valentine’s Day? With just two days to go until it’s here, we would hope…

Read more
Request A Quote Request a brochure Book Appointment

© 2020 Hazlemere Window Company Ltd.

Credit is subject to status and affordability. Terms and conditions apply. Finance on windows & doors is available to a maximum loan value of £50,000 with zero deposit. Finance on conservatories is available to a maximum loan value of £30,000 with a 15% deposit. £1,000 minimum order value applies to all finance options. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Hazlemere Window Company Limited at Cressex Business Park, Wellington Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3PR (Financial Services Registered No. 796507) is a credit broker and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Credit provided by Hitachi Personal Finance, a trading style of Hitachi Capital (UK) PLC, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Registered No. 704348). 12/2019