Wooden windows and doors are no doubt charming at the outset, but once the weather gets hold of them they’re an absolute nightmare to maintain. But if you love the look of timber you can always have UPVC equivalents fitted in Golden Oak, a colour that gives them that timber-like effect. UPVC needs minimal maintenance – only the occasional wipe of the frames with a wet cloth is necessary to remove any dirt. UPVC windows are even more appealing when you insert leaded glass into their frames as it enhances their character.
That diamond-formed leaded glass really makes the windows stand-out that little bit more and operating the gold plated handle is what’s necessary to prise each individual window section open. It wouldn’t have made sense to retain the same old door after substituting the windows, so a brand new Golden Oak composite door sits proudly at the front entrance too. As the composite door is created using several durable materials it offers an unparalleled level of strength, giving the homeowners peace of mind whenever they have to leave the property unoccupied. Why would you want troublesome wood when you can have something that looks identical but performs exceptionally better?
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