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Quality wooden sash windows, French doors, entrance doors and casement windows for Coombe Hill Estate, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey

Lomax + Wood Limited

High performance, made-to-order, timber, traditional flush leaded light casement windows and doors from the Lomax + Wood Kensington & Chelsea range have been specified for a stunning new build property located on the private Coombe Hill Estate, Kingston upon Thames. The 12,000 sq ft property designed and constructed by an award-winning London developer offers unparalleled views towards Richmond Park, Wimbledon Common as well as the legendary and adjacent Coombe Hill Golf Course. Made-to-order wooden windows from knot free engineered timber were supplied as fully finished windows and doors with leaded lights.

A whole new view of The Downs with Bereco timber windows

Bereco Ltd

Parker Joinery worked closely with the client and the design team at Bereco to ensure that each and every design detail was carefully considered to ensure design sensitivity. The traditional sliding sash windows are finished in a RAL 9010 Pure White which works perfectly with the red brick and keeps the design effortlessly simple.

Zinc clad windows in contemporary build

Fakro GB Ltd

Westhill Community Church was a new, green field project in Aberdeenshire. Its highly contemporary style was designed for maximum functionality and to encourage use by the wider community. Natural light and climate controllability were the central considerations for the clients of McLean Architects during initial discussions - a common request for high ceiling, large space developments.

British Gas Smart Home Makes Smart Windows Choice

Eurocell plc

The British Gas Smart Home - the original House of the Future back in 1998 - has recently been refurbished using Eurocell Eurologik windows. The Eurologik system was specified to replace the original timber windows in the house on the BRE Innovation Park in Watford, owing to its high levels of thermal efficiency, sustainability and value of money.

Contemporary sliding sash windows in keeping with traditional high street

Bereco Ltd

With the expertise of Parker Joinery and the Bereco design team, each window was designed with a curved outside head facing which allows the head of the window to be straight whilst the sash perfectly follows the curvature of the external stonework arch. This detail, is popular in period properties where the internal brickwork is square in shape. This is a delicate process and involves CAD design work which our design team are extremely familiar with.

Extra care development, Cumbria

Spectus Window Systems

Parkview Gardens is a £7 million, 60-bed care facility designed for older adults, which offers specialist support for people with dementia. Key to provide ample natural light and outdoor access, to promote positive well-being in the residents.

Ham Yard Hotel

Crittall Windows Ltd

Set around a new courtyard in the heart of London’s West End, Ham Yard hotel creates a new ‘urban village’ in the heart of the city. To celebrate the hotels unique situation , Firmdale tasked architect Woods and Bagot to pursue a design approach that “seeks to bring the outdoors inside and turn the indoors outside”. Floor to ceiling Crittall doors open up the restaurant to the hotels outdoor terrace and full height Crittall glazing brings the street to life from the comfort of their bedrooms.

Clement interior steel screen used to separate office and showroom space

Clement Windows Group

When reclaimed tile and wooden floor specialists Bert and May contacted Clement to see if we could make a steel screen including door for their stunning London E2 showroom we knew we could help them achieve exactly what they wanted. Using Clement W20 steel sections in anthracite grey and 6.4mm laminated glass units Clement created this stunning divider for what was previously an open space.

Clement rooflights flood daylight into this sensitively converted, luxury Listed Building

Clement Windows Group

Over thirty Clement Conservation Rooflights have been installed into this impressive conversion in Battersea. The Sanctuary is a 19th century Listed Building, previously St Paul’s Church, now four outstanding apartments and one exquisite house. A variety of rooflight shapes and sizes were chosen to suit various room requirements, including Clement 3, 4, 5 and 6, all standard sizes available from stock. A slate profile was specified to achieve a flush finish on the outside of the building.

A perfect trio of Clement steel door screens

Clement Windows Group

Bygga Construction extended this magnificent London family home to include a master suite and guest wing. As part of the project the basement was dug out to create a massive family room, complete with wine cellar. Three Clement double steel door sets were included in the design for the rear elevation. Not only do these create a stunning feature but they allow plenty of natural light into the increased family living space.

A magnificent steel screen takes centre stage in this refurbished home

Clement Windows Group

This spectacular Victorian home in the market town of Epping has been recently redesigned by Cherie Lee Interiors. Part of their client's brief was to design every space with visibility and access to the garden and with this in mind, an immense 5 metre wide steel and glass partition was incorporated into the plans, to divide the hallway and open plan kitchen. The bespoke screen includes 18 panes of glass and a feature kick panel along the bottom. Pyroswiss 30 minute integrity glass was used to increase fire protection. Design: Cherie Lee Interiors. Photography: www.raymain.co.uk.

Clement slate profile conservation rooflights look wonderful in this Grade II* Listed mansion

Clement Windows Group

City & Country have created an selection of exquisite apartments at Bentley Priory, a Grade II* listed18th Century Mansion House and adjoining historic buildings. Clement supplied all the conservation rooflights for the stunning development which is set within 57 areas of parkland. The Clement 6 range, in a slate profile, was specified for its fine looks and to fill the living areas with light. The slate profile ensured a beautiful, flush finish on the outside in keeping with the magnificent property, as well as a sophisticated appearance on the inside to match the luxurious feel of the rooms.

Fabulous interior complemented with tall, dark and handsome steel frames

Clement Windows Group

Appreciating the recent trend of industrial style steel screens being incorporated in modern interiors, Cherie Lee, Director of Cherie Lee Interiors, chose to include the look within one of her latest amazing projects. The Clement W20 suite of steel frames in RAL 7021 black grey (matt) was chosen as the correct product and colour to complement the décor. The use of steel screens internally allows maximum solar gain and adds a striking feature. The result is stunning and the client is very happy with the final result.

Clement Conservation Rooflights chosen for this 500 year old Grade II listed property rescue!

Clement Windows Group

The Old Court House was on the verge of collapse when purchased by its current owner. The Local Planning Authority had placed a Section 106 agreement on the property detailing its rescue from dereliction and were preparing to increase its listing status to Grade I as it was rumoured to be a hunting lodge gifted by Queen Elizabeth to Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester. Dating carried out during the course of the works confirmed that the building had been constructed in phases between 1526 and 1613.

Historical industrial space sympathetically transformed into a family dwelling

Clement Windows Group

The Cooperage is located on a former industrial site in Central London and is believed to have been built in the early 1900s. Following an unsympathetic earlier restoration in the 1990s, Chris Dyson Architects were invited in 2011 to prepare a scheme for the extension and complete renovation of the property, turning it into a spectacular five bedroom family house. The Cooperage has been nominated for the RIBA House of the Year 2017 long list.

Clement Conservation Rooflights feature on the popular Channel 4 show George Clarke's 'Old House, New Home'

Clement Windows Group

Clement was thrilled to be asked to provide rooflights for an exciting renovation project which was showcased on George Clarke’s ‘Old House, New Home’ on Channel 4. The Clement 5 range of Conservation Rooflights was specified in a tile profile to transform the new first floor landing space which is now used as a study area. The rooflights provide a modern and stylish look on the inside in keeping with the new interior, but when viewed from the outside they also appear perfectly suited to the character of this beautiful Arts and Crafts property.

Luxurious, historic hotel crowned with bespoke Clement Conservation Rooflights

Clement Windows Group

71 Nyhavn is a luxury hotel housed within two historic buildings built in the early 1800s in Copenhagen, Denmark. Known as The Red Warehouse and The Yellow Warehouse respectively, both the buildings are protected due to their historical significance. Over the last two years, The Red Warehouse has undergone a major refurbishment. Clement tile profile Conservation Rooflights were chosen for their good looks and flush finish to retain the character and charm of the building.

Listed property lit up with new Clement Conservation Rooflights

Clement Windows Group

Home improvements specialist QKS have extensive experience in dealing with heritage sites and Grade I and II Listed Buildings. The owner of this listed property approached them to carry out a garden room/kitchen extension with the emphasis on filling the space with natural light. 8 x Clement 3 Conservation Rooflights were specified in a slate profile to bring light into the extension. These were not only in keeping with the exterior of the property but also look fabulous inside too.

One of London’s most iconic landmarks brought back to life with Clement steel doors and screens

Clement Windows Group

This iconic Grade II* listed building and the surrounding area are now being transformed into one of the most exciting and innovative mixed use neighbourhoods in the world. The regenerated area will include luxury homes, offices, restaurants, shops, parks and cultural spaces. Various Clement products were chosen by Area Sq, to create a series of both internal and external steel glazed partitions, walls and doors throughout the new area including the Battersea Power Station Estates Office. Three different colour options were used to suit the different requirements.

Fleet Street offices modernised with striking internal steel screens

Clement Windows Group

Just 100 metres away from the Royal Courts of Justice in London stands 188 Fleet Street, which until recently was the home of bankers Coutts & Co. The 35,000 sq ft building, purchased for £11 million, has been recently refurbished by HD Architects to house a publishing company. The renovated office benefits from a number of striking internal steel screens which feature throughout the office and contribute to the amount of natural daylight that filters through the space.

Clement steel screens create a sensational backdrop to roof terrace at iconic film studios

Clement Windows Group

Twickenham Studios was established in 1913 and is one of the UK’s oldest and most celebrated film and TV studios. The Lounge is the Studio's new rooftop bar. This fabulous facility is accessed through brand new Clement steel screens. Made from strong EB24 steel sections, they are robust, but also incredibly slim and elegant. The bespoke doors have genuine T bars and a high glass specification, including Guardian Sun Guard offering solar protection and an argon gas filled cavity which improves thermal efficiency.

Silence and the City – Ambient Noise Reducing Sliding Sash Windows

Bereco Ltd

Bereco noise reducing sliding sash windows provided the perfect mix of design compatibility, high energy ratings needed to satisfy Code for Sustainable Homes, and most importantly a dB rating that surpassed the requirement. With a glazing dB rating of 46dB, the overall window provides a rating of 42dB and a Bluesky A rating. We were able to supply test evidence and certification which supports the data, therefore offering complete clarity and assurance.

Childhood Home Restored To Former Glory With Bereco Sash Windows

Bereco Ltd

As featured on George Clarke’s Old House New Home (Channel 4) – Neil & Pip’s West Yorkshire property has been restored to its former glory with Bereco Traditional Sash Windows. It is said that ‘Home is where the Heart is’. Home cooking, playing as child and the views from the windows all stir fond memories and a sense of nostalgia in us as we recall a time when we were carefree and happy.

Triple-glazed roof windows for Passive House in North Berwick

Fakro GB Ltd

Another highly insulated, airtight home to use FAKRO roof windows is a self-build for Michelle Sutherland and Neil Thompson in fashionable North Berwick. 14 FAKRO FTT triple-glazed roof windows were specified for the home by Certified European Passivhaus Designer Julie Wilson of Dunbar-based Brennan and Wilson Architects. They were installed on the south-facing roof alongside solar PV and solar thermal panels, the combination of which provides high thermal efficiency and net credit on energy bills.

Glazerite and Luton claim UK’s first all-recycled window borough

VEKA Group

VEKA fabricator Glazerite Windows has achieved a ground-breaking agreement with Luton BC to switch entirely to recycled PVCU for future window replacements. Luton is the first UK borough to commit fully to recycled windows, using VEKA's Infinity profile, which contains a core of recycled PVCU locked inside virgin polymer and uses less than 1/4 of the natural resources, and only 1/3 the carbon footprint of conventional equivalents. The recycled material comes from VEKA’s plant, one of only several in the world capable of recycling PVCU pure enough to be put back into windows.

Low roofline installation from FAKRO proves the perfect window option

Fakro GB Ltd

Dualchas Architects’ design of Taigh Learaige in Stanley, Perthshire shows the benefit of being able to install FAKRO roof windows at varying depths. The visual aesthetic is greatly enhanced by their low profile in a structure which takes the timber from the roof into the walls with no visible rainwater goods. Eight non-vented, triple-glazed FTV U5 centre pivot windows were used with thermal combination flashings and XDP fitted underfelt collars around each window.

The Curtain Hotel, featuring Reynaers Slim Line aluminium windows and doors

Reynaers Ltd

The next generation of CS 38 is now available from Reynaers – Slim Line 38 (SL 38) is a highly insulated inward and outward opening aluminium window and door system, that combines elegance and comfort with a unique design. The special slender steel look offers the perfect windows and doors for modern architecture and the renovation of steel-frames, respecting the original design but offering a thermally improved solution. Large-framed Crittall Windows complement the industrial aesthetic and gives the building a unique character and identity of its own. The fabricator on the project was AWS Turner Fain Ltd, part of AWS Group.

FAKRO roof windows with bespoke flashings for new community church

Fakro GB Ltd

Westhill Community Church in Aberdeenshire was a new, green field project. Its highly contemporary style was designed for maximum functionality and to encourage use by the wider community. 33 FAKRO roof windows were discreetly positioned to flood the stage with natural light as well as illuminate a cluster of buildings which form the sanctuary, low rise foyer and adjoining offices.

Solar Control Film for New College Swindon

The Window Film Company UK Ltd

Following a relocation and a £10million development programme, it was found that the impressive facilities at New College, Swindon suffered from uncomfrotably high temperatutres. The Window Film Company was engaged to help. An examination of the facility revealed the issue. Over 100 large glass windows proved the facility with acontemporary, modern appearance whilst also creating light, airy spaces inside, but on bright days the sun was streaming through the glass, causing the rooms within to steadily heat up.

Replacement Conservation Timber Sash Windows Chancery Lane London

Lomax + Wood Limited

High performance, timber sash windows from the Kensington & Chelsea range by Lomax + Wood have been designed, manufactured and installed in an historic commercial building in the City of London. Timber double glazed, period-style sash windows.Over 60 made-to-order wooden windows.Historic location in a conservation area steeped in history with many listed buildings. Designed, manufactured and installed by Lomax + Wood

Optima windows and French doors from Profile 22 selected for affordable housing

Profile 22 Systems

A development of 82 new build houses to the north of Glasgow benefit from Optima casement windows and French doors from Profile 22. Keepmoat positions itself as a value builder but is committed to smart design and attention to detail. The contract for the windows and French doors on the homes was awarded to Glasgow-based Profile 22 Approved Window Contractor Gold Seal Windows. The company is a highly experienced commercial contractor so had the expertise that was needed on a project that required a total of 900 casement window and French door units in Anthracite Grey.

Full colour print on external vinyl for McLaren's London showroom

The Window Film Company UK Ltd

When motorsport giants McLaren announced they were to open a showroom in London, there was worldwide excitement. Understandably, McLaren were keen to complete the showroom fit-out in privacy and The Window Film Company were engaged to provide a solution. Privacy was ensured by printing a bespoke set of designs onto external grade white vinyl, which was then fitted to the windows at the showroom, housed at the prestigious One Hyde Park development. The project also involved the removal and replacing of the film to allow the addition of Lewis Hamilton's F1 race car. Full story follows...

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