Posted on July 18, 2014 by Rodney Hewitt
We have a new exciting Structure to build in our showroom, which means something has to make room, unfortunately this is the conservatory that is coming down:
Happily however the conservatory has found a new home and will be re-built in Devon !
We will post new photos of the project as it happens.
Posted on June 9, 2014 by Rodney Hewitt
We recently installed a new sash windows in a period property, as with any installation of this kind our clients were very concerned with the installation being in keeping with the property, while still offering maximum efficiency.
This is how the property looked before the installation:
And after our new Sash Windows were installed:
Now you may think they new windows do not look very different, but isn’t that the idea? They give the same period look, but they new Sash Windows are A-Rated, keeping all the warmth inside, as well as offering exceptionally high levels of security.
Posted on April 22, 2014 by Rodney Hewitt
Well the name may sound a bit odd, but we’ve added the new Monkey Tail handles to our window product range, the handles add real character to a window and achieves a more period look. We’ll have one of the new handles on display in our showroom very soon.
Posted on February 14, 2014 by Rodney Hewitt
We’ve now installed the flooring in our display Orangery. We’ve decided to use the Karndean Summer Oak, this has been the most popular type of flooring we’ve installed over the last year and we feel it looks really impressive. The close up picture above shows the uneven effect grooved lines in the floor which give it a natural wood effect look and feel, while still keeping the efficient Karndean qualities
Posted on January 14, 2014 by Rodney Hewitt
We are delighted to introduce a new security feature to our composite door range. We now fit Magnum Multi Lock Door Cylinders as standard in our composite doors. The picture below shows the what they look like :
The new key cylinders have the following benefits:
1. They use 3 Bar Code, meaning to cut a key you would need to use the 3 bar codes supplied
2. The have an anti snap section to the front and rear
3. The cylinder does not use springs as the key enters, making bumping the lock impossible.