Valentine's Winners

Wednesday, February 11th , 2015

 John Kerley:

Why do I love Bygone so?

For the reasons down below:

 

Sashes’ lifts and stops and eyes

Pewter, brass or chrome supplies

Lovely windows furnished well

They do beautifully excel

 

Balances of Torso spring

Those glazing bars, super slim

Continuous horns that visually

Add to Bygone’s symphony

 

Bygone strikes the perfect chord

Harmony to be adored

Melody of sweetest notes

Bygone sashes get our votes!

Installer:  Classic Home Improvements

 

Kate Murphy

 

The reason why I love Bygone windows is knowing they will still be there even when my children are constantly kicking or throwing balls at the windows!

 Installer:  John Knight Glass Limited

 

Nicola Swepson

 

I love Bygone sash windows because they have added an air of grace, elegance and timeless Georgian sophistication to my home …

 

Nicola sent before and after pictures and said she was sorry for rabbiting on but she loves the windows so much!

Installer:  Sherborne Windows Ltd

 

Before

After fitting Bygone windowsAndy Chaney – Orchard Conservatories Windows & Doors Ltd


I love the Bygone because of the way they are so lovingly made, every detail has been well thought out and designed to make the Bygone features as traditional as possible. Just consider the luxurious feel of the wood foil finish, the curves of the continuous horns and the deep bottom rail which really does give

 

Phil and Julie Cripps

We love our Bygone Windows; we replaced all our windows in our Victorian house last year, 27 Bygone sash windows in total. When visitors arrive for the first time at our house they say, wow, love the windows. We too love our windows, the house is more heat efficient, gone are the days of drafts and a cold house.

Thank you Bygone Windows for improving our house and lives.

Installer – Corsham Building Plastics Ltd

 

Jan Cross – Derwent Sash Windows Limited

 How do I love thee?

(an ode to Bygone windows)

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth, breadth, height and design
My soul can reach for Symphony, Harmony or Melody
For the ends are butt jointed or have mortice & tennon
I love thee to the level of vertical bars or Georgian Grid
Most quiet need (acoustic), clear glazed or obscure glass
I love thee freely, as men strive for the right to tilt to clean
I love thee purely, as they turn from shiny gloss to wood grain finish.
I love with a passion put to use my locking catch and cams
In my old griefs, no more wintry blasts.
I love thee with a love I seemed to lose when struggling against cords & weights
With my lost saints, I love thee with the breath of a pure authentic look.
Smiles, tears, of all my life! and, if God choose,
I shall but love thee better after death.

Andy Chaney – Orchard Conservatories Windows & Doors Ltd

 I love the Bygone because of the way they are so lovingly made, every detail has been well thought out and designed to make the Bygone features as traditional as possible. Just consider the luxurious feel of the wood foil finish, the curves of the continuous horns and the deep bottom rail which really does give you something decent to grab hold of. There are certainly no complaints when it comes to the amount of action you get from the torso balances.  .Every man would be more than content with its silent operation, slim meeting rail and its overall beauty and what women could deny strength and reliability as desirable features and with a twelve year guarantee to boot ............Wow!! 

It's Krypton filled units could draw you to the conclusion that it is the "Superman" of windows, in fact I am convinced that it is and it's bound to give years of warmth, comfort and security. The unique acorn, beehive or porcelain furniture gives you peace of mind that your Bygone windows are indeed genuine.

Yes, you could certainly say that love is in the air for Bygone this and every Valentine's Day!!

 

A big thank you to all those that enetered our competition, we wish you all a very happy Valentines Day on the 14th of February.

 

 

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  • ISO 9001:2000 Certified Organisation
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  • Energy Savings Trust Recommended Windows
  • CE Compliant Windows
  • Member of The Glazing Ombudsman
  • All Bygone windows are manufactured in the UK

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