A brand new build development on the Welsh island of Anglesey designed and built to blend in seamlessly with the Welsh landscape, our client's home boasted many features found on traditional Welsh homes such as roughcast render, slate roofing, solid timber entrance door, stone lintels and dorma windows. The windows are no exception, designed to look like timber with many features of traditional timber windows such as solid joints, oak wood-grain finish, flush casements and cast iron hardware.
Although very similar in appearance to traditional timber windows, technically these couldn't be more different. With triple glazing panels and highlight efficiency UPVC frames design to imitate timber and an overall U value of 0.8, these windows are way ahead of the game when compared against traditional timber windows keeping your house warmer through winter. The use of UPVC for the frame means that the windows require very little maintenance when compared with timber, a big consideration for the homeowner due to the nature of the weather at their exposed position on the island of Anglesey.