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Occupying an elevated position above the city of Guildford stands this wonderful house, which was built in the early 1900s. Individually designed and constructed to a very high specification, the numerous windows and doors (over three floors) allowed plenty of light to flood into the property and to take advantage of the fantastic surrounding views.
Windows from Clement’s EB24 system with rectangular leaded lights were used to replicate the original fenestration. As well as the new windows being in keeping with the character of the property, the multi point locking system chosen by the client brought extra security. The new windows also increased the thermal performance of the property as all windows and doors now have insulated glass, argon filled units.
Four stunning French style double doors have been fitted, giving easy access to the garden. And as many of the original timber subframes were in good order, a benefit to the client was that many of these could be kept and only a small number needed replacing. The client was very happy with the end result.
"I would just like to say how pleased we are with our windows, they have improved the appearance of the whole house and look fantastic. I would also like to thank the installation team who were friendly and efficient, completing the job ahead of schedule."
Site: Guildford, Surrey
Client: Property owner
Specificaton: EB24 steel window range with rectangular leaded lights
Colour: RAL 9010 White
Multi point locking windows with classic FF02 antique bronze handles and matching peg stays
Single point locking doors with Heritage handles in antique bronze and face mounted shoot bolts
24mm insulated glass units, argon filled
Clement EB24 bespoke steel windows are manufactured from hot rolled steel window and door profiles generally in compliance with BS 6510 Revision 10 Nov 2020 which are produced from 98% recycled steel source material. Hot dip zinc galvanised to EN ISO BS:1461 and with a polyester powder coat paint finish to BS:6497 2005 EN 13438 2018.