Triple Glazed Windows Shipley
These Triple Glazed Windows and Chartwell Green Composite Door were installed in Shipley to a stone build terraced property. The property mainly had the old box sash windows and the customer wanted to retain the box sash look by going for half openers in the new Triple Glazed Windows.
Some of the existing windows were externally glazed Double Glazed UPVC Windows that were installed within the old box sash casing which is not the right way to install windows for such properties. Our installers took EVERYTHING OLD OUT, then lined the inside of the stone and stone mullions on the bay window with new timbers before installing the new Triple Glazed Windows. Once the new Triple Glazed Windows were installed, insulation was placed to fill any cavities, after this our installers sprayed expanding foam to make sure the area around the new Triple Glazed Windows was well insulated. This is how installations for new windows on most stone build properties with box sash are carried out.
Every window on this job with bottom openers came with restrictor hinges for safety reasons, this is usually done when it is recommended by our technical surveyor or by the customer. Openers with restrictors will open like a normal window but will only open enough to allow for ventilation, there is a button on the side of the window that needs to be pressed in order for the window to open fully.
(The Porch was painted to match the door by the customer before our installation team arrived.)
You may see more images of the new Triple Glazed WIndows and Chartwell Green Composite Door installed by Warmshield UK below.