Crittall Homelight windows fitted to townhouse in Wells

Scope

Mr and Mrs Masters contacted Panoramic Windows after receiving notification from their local council that the aluminium windows that they had had fitted were not in keeping with the Conservation Area in Wells. They were informed that they would have to refit the original steel windows that had been in place. This was clearly impossible, so Panoramic specified Crittall homelight windows with slimline double glazed units to replace the aluminium installation

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Product – Crittall Windows slimline double glazed units

Panoramic worked with both the Masters and the local Conservation Officer to identify the correct product that would satisfy the councils specification. We provided section drawings and detailed specifications to the council and, as a result, the council gave permission to proceed with the Crittall windows. The brief was to replace all the windows on the road side of the house.

Outcome

With all the windows being in stone mullions, Panoramic had to take care with removing the aluminium windows. Not only did we not want to damage the stone but we were required to make repairs to some of the mullions that had been damaged when the previous aluminium units had been fitted. The client spent quite a lot of time overseas, so we had to fit in with their schedule and ensure that we met the requirements of both Mr & Mrs Masters and the Council Conservation Officer.

The work is now complete and the Masters are very pleased with the job carried out by the Panoramic Windows team.

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