Whilst completing a series of modernisations to this Victorian Stone Villa, the homeowners decided to replace the existing windows with an aluminium clad sliding sash window.
Arched Sash windows, Oxton Take a look at some of our installers replacing original timber windows with brand new truly authentic timber alternative replacements. Lots of great features including double glazing, thin mid rail, deep bottom rail and arched heads.
Manchester Project Looking for a solution to the various problems they where having with their original timber sash windows, our sales team designed a timber alternative window that was extremely authentic to the original timber design without all of the maintenance drawbacks.
After going through a series of upgrades to their family home, the homeowners decided of this Victorian property decided to replace their standard UPVC windows, Looking for something that was true to the original design of the home and also sympathetic to the style of the building they decided on a truly authentic sliding sash window in Timber.
Sometimes the area is a must! Without doubt one of the most popular areas within Wirral right now is West Kirby. Having looked around at all the houses for sale in West Kirby our clients could not find exactly what they wanted, so they decided to create it.
Replacement of all windows throughout this period end terrace property. All original timber sash windows have been replaced with authentic UPVC sash windows, whilst all casements have been replaced with like for like UPVC casement windows.
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.
Prestigious development of the Firwood estate in Formby featuring a brand new 7 bedroom Palladian Mansion designed by Southport architects RAL. This large development features over 200 windows, doors and roof lanterns all of which have been supplied by John Knight Glass.
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.