Tag Archives: Swindon
We created this window into brickwork to add morning sun & daylight to a dining room. We installed a new lintel in the brickwork & toothed out the brickwork, fitted the new window. The window now looks as though it … Continue reading
This is a great example of a bi-fold door being used open up a space. This bi-fold door in a kitchen diner gives a great view when the doors are closed and bring the outside in when open. These doors … Continue reading
We recently fitted this bi-fold door between a house & conservatory. The bi-fold is ideal for this use as the leaves of the door are smaller & therefore take up less space when folded.
We converted this front window into a bay window. We created new brickwork for the bay & fitted plaster board & plastered inside. The bay window adds a feature to the front of the property & extra space inside as … Continue reading
This Edwardian conservatory with full height UPVC window frames & UPVC bi-fold door looks really contemporary & has a toughened Pilkington Active Blue glass roof to maximise the light whilst offering protection from the sun on the summer days.
We installed this composite with UPVC window side frame into an arched porch area & looks really fresh & doesn’t need the maintaining of wood.
We just installed these UPVC oak on the outside & white inside windows. The oak colour looks really good & the new red composite door finishes off the property. We carried out a knock through & replaced a window with … Continue reading
These integral blinds fit discreetly & neatly inside the glass units & therefore need no cleaning. These doors are south facing & the blinds offer shade on the days when it is really hot & sunny.
We just completed this conservatory with extensive patio construction. We also tiled & decorated this conservatory & the finish looks great. The customers chose a bi-fold between the house & conservatory which folds away neatly & also allows the conservatory … Continue reading
This green composite looks great & the customers are really pleased.