WWA Guide to Replacing Windows In Conservation

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WWA Guide to Replacing Windows In Conservation

by Bereco Ltd

The visual character of conservation areas is under threat from unsympathetic replacement windows and doors. In most conservation areas nothing is done to stop the tide of PVC-u replacement windows, while elsewhere Conservation Officers and Building Inspectors argue over the authenticity of single-glazing versus the energy and acoustic efficiency of new high performance wooden windows. This conflict can be resolved by specifying traditionally detailed, high performance timber replacement windows that meet the current Building Regulations while incorporating traditional sight lines. Members of the Wood Window Alliance have combined todays levels of energy-efficiency with authentic materials and historic sections that both Conservation Officers and Building Inspectors can embrace.

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