Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the owners of this listed Georgian home wanted to add a rear extension to their home to create a spacious kitchen, dining area. Due to living in a listed building within a conservation area it was important for the extension to be sympathetic to the style of the building including details like the rendering, windows and fascias.
Located on the Wirral Peninsular the owners of this larger than average family home where looking to renew there outdated conservatory to the rear of the property. After vising our showroom on recommendation of a local architect, it was clear that simply replacing the tired outdated conservatory with a custom built timber/aluminium convervatory with vauled roof glass was the ideal solution.
Located near Stoke On Trent this brand new development features all of the state of the art technology you would expect in such a high end build. Throughout the home we have supplied and installed a complete glazing solution including windows, doors, internal screen and pitched glass roof taking advantage of the stunning view at the rear of the house.
Situated in the suburbs of Manchester city center our client lives in a stunning period home that has been refurbished to the higest standard featuring a beautiful hand crafted kitchen. Having seen a set of Crittall doors on a recent television programme it was clear that they would be the perfect fit to seperate the kitchen area from the garden room without compromising on light.
Featured on the popular channel 4 program Grand Designs, Stuart & Rosie Treasurer decided to completely re-develop their 1960's dormer bungalow home to almost twice its size, creating the ultimate open plan living space and 5 large bedrooms. The aim of the build was to create the perfect family home and bring the building into the 21st century.
Situated in a small Cheshire village this picturesque cottage is packed full of original features including the original timber windows and doors. Our client wanted to replace the front windows of the property due to the sun damage that had occurred over the years causing rot in the original windows.
After purchasing this newly built home, the home owner, inspired by watching many episodes of Grand Designs, planned to create the ultimate modern living space. Their goal was to bring the kitchen, living and dining rooms all into a single space for all of the family to enjoy together, in a stylish and complimentary way to the existing home.
Garden room designed and built by TMR building services Ltd. Feature aluminium bi-fold doors installed allowing maximum light to enter this garden room whilst maintaining a high level of insulation. The bi-fold doors can be opened up throughout summer to create the ideal entertaining area.
Replacement of all windows in this small period cottage in North Wales with the addition of a traditional styled conservatory to the rear of the property. To the front of the property authentic sliding sash windows have been installed, whilst at the rear timber effect UPVC flush casement windows have been fitted giving an period look with the benefit of low maintenance.
Large modern open plan extension creating the perfect family living space within this family home. We supplied a range of aluminium windows and doors from two different brands to complete this unique project. All windows and doors were supplied with triple glazing in anthracite grey. We also had some aluminium pressings custom made to cover the steel structure externally giving a seamless look.
The owners of this new build farmhouse situated in North Wales were looking for a high quality, low maintenance coloured window that would suit their traditionally styled new build whilst achieving excellent U values. After looking at several options it was clear that Residence 9 windows and doors were the perfect fit. Click the button below to find out more information.
When our clients saw the stunning views of the Welsh mountains, they knew this single story bungalow was the perfect project that would become their future forever home. Once purchased and with a vision in their mind's eye, they completely redesigned and developed the property, adding an extra floor, glass viewing gallery and pod, balcony and a number of other alterations to bring their dreams to reality.
After purchasing their new home, our clients were certain they would need to do something with the old conservatory at the rear of the property. After looking into multiple options, it was clear that the best solution was to keep the original conservatory base and replace the roof, windows and doors with brand new units.
Replacement of original tired windows and doors throughout this house giving this family home a face lift whilst improve the security and energy efficiency. All windows supplied were from the Deceuninck range for the latest technology in energy efficiency, security and design.
This beautiful Georgian style conservatory was added to our client's large detached period property in order to provide them with a light, bright, versatile space from which to enjoy their lovely garden and entertain family and friends. Featuring a Georgian style hipped roof, ornate detailing, Celsius One performance glass and Centor aluminium bifold doors, this conservatory boasts all the most current performance technology to ensure that this space can be used year round.
The owners of this large family home have been modernising, updating and extending the property over the past 8 years to create their dream home. Their most recent addition was to remove an old, outdated, cold conservatory and replace it with a stunning modern, energy efficient orangery as part of an extension to their open plan kitchen dining room, creating a versatile living space for all of the family to enjoy.
The owners of this stunning 1930s property have recently completed a sympathetic renovation including a large side and rear extension in order to significantly enlarge their home. With its unique characteristics, the owners were particularly committed to ensuring that the original look, charm and style of the property was maintained throughout.
The owners of this Victorian property have completed an extensive restoration removing all windows, the roof and the rear wall of the property. Choosing to maintain an authentic period facade to the front and the side of the building whilst modernising the rear of the property to create an open plan, modern living space.
Situated in a picturesque village in Cheshire, our clients wanted to update and modernise their home, whilst maintaining a traditional façade to the front of the building in keeping with other properties in the area. For the rear of the property, they were looking for a modern contemporary update with a large, open plan, light filled living area.