What’s The Best New Window for a Traditional Home?
Monday, April 01st , 2013
We all do what we can to make our homes look as good as possible and for many people this primarily includes a quick lick of paint now and again and replacing furniture once every few years. Of course, if you live in a beautiful traditional home with a classic look, it can be difficult to maintain this appearance without sacrificing the practicality and efficiency of your home.
Here at Bygone Windows we understand that you may be reluctant to replace your home’s windows as new windows could significantly impact the appearance of your home’s exterior.
Timber Sash Windows to Complement a Classic Look
New windows these days always seem to be bright white and shiny plastic which, of course, rarely looks good on a traditional home. Bygone’s sash windows, on the other hand, are specifically designed to complement and even enhance the appearance of your home.
Our timber sash windows are manufactured to the highest standards of quality with the environment in mind at all times.
uPVC Windows Could Surprise You!
Practicality and efficiency are essential factors in your new windows but it’s vital that these factors do not mean that you forego the aesthetic features.
Our uPVC windows are highly practical, low in maintenance and highly energy efficient while our different finishes allow you to choose the appearance that complements your home. You are able to choose from an antique cream effect or white painted timber.
A classic home can be simultaneously practical, efficient and aesthetically stunning; there’s no need to put off replacing your windows!
If you would like more information about our windows then you’ll find a wealth of information on our website; alternatively, if you have any questions or queries then you’re welcome to contact us directly on 0800 0484 671. A member of our friendly and experienced team will be happy to help you with your enquiry.
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