The owners of this beautiful stone farmhouse in North Somerset wanted to replace their old steel Crittall windows with modern equivalents while maintaining the character and visual appeal of the property. The home is a listed building in a conservation area and the owners contacted the local council to put apply for permission. At the same time they contacted Panoramic for advice and guidance on finding the right products for their project.
Panoramic were able to help the client with all the required technical drawings and information and worked with them and the Council’s Conservation Officer, to produce windows and doors that met both the council’s and the clients exacting requirements.
Panoramic designed, manufactured and installed Crittall Homelight windows with slimline 16mm double glazed units, providing the required slim sightlines and aesthetic visual appeal that was required. Painted in cream the effect has been to transform the comfort of the home while preserving the beauty of the building.
Simon Chapman, property owner – Panoramic were very helpful in the consultation with the council. Never pushy or disinterested, they provided everything that we asked for. The installation went very well given the age of the building and we are thrilled with the results.