The Thompstones fell in love with both the house and setting of this new home, built on a 1980’s estate, and snapped it up as soon as it became available.
Whilst they were in love with their new home from the minute they laid eyes on it, the Thompstones new they wanted to update its window features from dark brown wooden windows, to give their new home a lighter appearance.
“We had been concerned about replacing windows, particularly in the bathroom and kitchen, due to the potential damage to surrounding tiles”.
When researching potential new products, sustainability and insulation were key when Mr Thompstone was making his decision. “we all know we need to be planting more trees for the environment, and using timber in products is also helpful as it continues to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.”
Due to his background in engineering, Mr Thompstone was able to appreciate the quality engineering that is incorporated into the Timber Windows products, making us the perfect choice to oversee the installation of his new windows.
Flush wooden casement windows finished in French Grey were installed throughout the home, further finished with White paint internally and Aged Brass Reeded handles. The use of these colours ensured a timeless choice for homes of any age, and the Aged Brass Reeded handless added simple elegance to the interior faces of the windows.
The Thompstone family were incredibly pleased with their new casement windows, explaining “The replacements were made very carefully and with no damage at all [to the surrounding décor], and the warmth in the house has been much better”.
“The warmth in the house has been much better, we’ve really noticed a great improvement.”