Over the years, we have tried to find a window that is can be made for all of our customers, which is available in a number of configurations, colours and provides a choice of both modern and traditional handle options. This has lead us to supplying our customers with the Timberlook window, a window that is not only conservation approved due to its design, but also provides customers with a cost effective modern flush casement aesthetic for their future window project. For this particular project however, the conservation area approval rating was the main requirement of the project.
The property in question used to be a Hunting lodge and fell within strict conservation guidelines in order to keep the look of the building as traditional as possible. Along with the conservation guidelines, all of the current wooden windows were split into 2 sections and featured a bespoke Georgian bar style design located at the top of each window showing where the opener of the window would be. With these considerations in mind, we felt that the Timberlook windows would be most suited to the property due to their conservation area approval status and the fact how the window is manufactured to look like wood both in design and in the finish options, and can have bespoke astrgal or Georgian bar designs added to them. So with the customer agreeing with us to have Timberlook windows installed, they opted for the windows to be finished in Cream as well, with the Georgian bar design on the previous wooden windows to be replicated. As you can see from the images, the results are brilliant, and this property looks as traditional as it did when it was first completed.