Internal and external joinery package. Including internal doors, skirting, architraves, pocket doors, and external windows, doors, garage doors and front gates. Staircase and feature newel caps. Also produced Douglas Fir beams on exterior.
We fitted a variety of flush casement windows during the renovations. We worked hard to ensure that the large entrance glazing, especially the artchtop windows above the double doors – fitted perfectly into the style of the renovation and were also highly efficient.
This attention of both form and function is typical of how Gowercroft approach any project to ensure our fittings are both practical and aesthetically pleasing.
The house also needed a wide selection of doors building and fitting. From double french doors to single panel access doors, we strived to maintain continuity throughout. This coherence of all the different elements of the woodwork make this project truly unique and exceptional.
As with all Gowercroft installations, all the elements were designed, built and fitted according to our meticulous workshop systems that ensure a long and trouble free lifetime of all our windows and doors. All stages of the build from selecting the timber to the paint processes and glazing undergo the scrutiny of our quality control. This means that by the time the fittings reach you, they are of unparalleled quality and finish.
As you have no doubt gathered, our classic range is not just a ‘one size fits all’ set of windows but a fully integrated system that is well suited to unique and characterful structures and also to heritage projects. If you would like to add a touch of Gowercroft style and finish to your home, you can find our more about the classic range of timber windows and doors here – or contact our sales team on 01773 300510.
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