We recently updated an entire porch area with a new composite door and matching windows. Composite doors are a great low maintenance long lasting material that offers years of use.
For many years Scandinavian style and culture has influenced British homes, from IKEA inspired interior design to modern architecture. We recently replaced the windows and rear door on a Scandinavian timber clad DIY house.
The house frame and materials made for some interesting challenges, but by working closely with the customer we were able to phase the work to make sure we supplied and fitted the perfect windows and bifold door.
For us, there really is no job too big, small or complex. We relish a challenge!
These windows are in fact casement but designed to look like sash ones, one of the many flexible options we offer for style and function. We replaced the double glazed wooden windows and frames with UPVC ones, to ensure longevity of the colour and also minimise the maintenance of the frames.
Composite doors are made from numerous materials and layered inside to add extra security, durability and heat efficiency. We recently replaced this hardwood door with a stylish black composite door with reinforced window panes. This upgraded door will continue to look great throughout the seasons for years to come, as composite doors never fade in colour.
Misted windows are usually a sign that the vacuum between the two panes of glass has escaped and moisture has seeped in. Not only does this make your windows look unsightly but could also be causing heat to escape and the efficiency of your windows to deteriorate.
In the vast majority of cases, we simply repair the window and save you the hassle of having to replace windows unnecessarily.
This timber clad house was offset with lovely aluminium bi-fold doors and matching uPVC windows.