In days gone by, wooden windows were the only option for homeowners. Whilst they were undoubtedly naturally beautiful, time would take its toll on them and cause their performance to deteriorate. Despite this problem, people still remain enamoured with the aesthetics of wood. This has led to an increase of interest in UPVC windows with a woodgrain effect as they perfectly mimic timber in terms of looks, only they don’t suffer from any of the weathering typically associated with authentic timber windows. Applying a Golden Oak colour finishes the job.
Installing new windows was just one element of this undertaking. It also encompassed the fitting of French doors in the bedroom to enhance the views of the external scenery and a composite door to bolster home security. Two further pairs of French doors have also been installed at the back of the house to make the patio and garden areas more reachable. The biggest attention grabber though is those windows which you would hardly believe aren’t crafted from timber. Even the hardware affixed to the windows is stereotypical of the type of hardware you would have seen on a traditional timber window. They are a meticulous recreation of timber windows.
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