Flush Casement Style Windows For Cotswold Stone Built Property

This picturesque Cotswold stone-built property in North Oxfordshire was in need of some TLC.

Upon visiting the customer and after extensive discussions, with our Sales consultant, it was decided that a timber ‘look alike’ style window was the best option.

Flush Casement Style Windows

Flush sash casement windows

Davis (Finstock) after

Sash flush casement windows

This installation included:

  • Mechanically jointed ‘Flush Sash’ casement windows in Agate Grey woodgrain foil (white internally)
  • Irish Oak Flint Square Solidor composite door (white Internally)

This would offer a flush casement style window with greatly reduced maintenance requirements, essentially for today’s modern home owner.

After viewing our sample windows, the customer chose our mechanically jointed ‘Flush Sash’ window, this offered the overall aesthetic style they were looking for.

This style of window offers a different manufacturing technique to conventional uPVC windows, the butt jointing, enhances the overall appearance of the window. Thus offering a truly timber ‘look alike’ style window at an affordable price.

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Entrance door before

Irish Oak Flint Square Solidor composite door

Entrance door after

The final decision to be made was the external colour, after reviewing all the woodgrain foil options available, they chose Agate Grey (RAL 7038) with a white internally.

This was complimented by black monkey tail handles internally and applied astragal glazing bars to offer a truly timber look alike appearance.

CN Glass also changed the very tired looking front door for an Irish Oak ‘Flint square’ composite door from Solidor. This include the standard white option internally, with Black ‘cast iron’ style hardware from the standard Solidor traditional range (also available in pewter)

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Windows before

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Windows after

Do you own a stone-built property?

If you need help choosing the right windows and doors for your period property then get in touch with C N Glass. Our experts are on hand to give advice as well as supply and expertly install many types of glazing.

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