HWL Windows – Residence 9 installation in the Lincolnshire countryside
This house was an interesting build as it is in a conservation area which only allow houses to be built in a particular style and with certain materials.
Residence 9 was the perfect choice and was approved by the local council as they looked like timber, though they are in fact PVC. The owner was keen on these, as they require little to no maintenance while not compromising on style.
These frames come in a large range of colours and in this case the client went for the Painswick shade, which has become a really popular choice in recent years. All the frames are bespoke which allowed for the architect to build oddly shaped windows in the rear of the house to really being the countryside in.
The client was really pleased with the result, as are we!