The property was originally built in 1680 as 2 cottages for a wheel wright. Mr and Mrs Thornton noted that the existing windows were rotten and commented “In a period property of this age there are limited ways of saving energy so efficient replacement windows was of the upmost importance”
The existing windows weren’t very fitting to the era of the property and detracted from the overall appearance. Mr and Mrs Thornton decided chose our timber cottage casement window which is flush in design with a floating mullion similar to that of French doors. Our cottage casement window has slimmed down sections that maximises light and provides better proportions for traditional properties with small windows.
Windows were finished in off white internally and pale cream externally to complement the dark Yorkshire stone. The front door is our Norham design, constructed from oak and finished with a medium light stain to showcase the beautiful grain. The back door was replaced with our Belbroughton door
finished in French Grey and pale cream.
Mr and Mrs Thornton were extremely impressed with the practicality of our products combined with the traditional appearance of a flush casement window. Mrs Thornton added “The quality of the product was excellent, we found you very easy to deal with and liked that no pressure was put on us at any stage unlike other companies that were quoting.”
“We are absolutely delighted with our new windows and doors, the fitting was competently and efficiently carried out and there was no decorative repair required which was brilliant.”