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Period Property Windows

When your home or business is a period property, finding appropriate windows to suit the property can be a bit of a nightmare. This means that we often put it off for as long as possible, which ends up leading to inefficient windows, and possible damp and draughts.
So why not make the change early and invest in bespoke windows, designed to match your property.

Bespoke Period Appropriate Windows

The best way to ensure that your new windows are aesthetically correct for the period of your property is to opt for bespoke windows. The benefit of investing in bespoke windows for your property is the ability to have them designed to look as they would have done when the building was originally built. However, we wouldn’t expect you to put up with the same level of efficiency, that’s why bespoke windows, no matter the style, can be designed to incorporate the latest in window efficiency, which currently includes triple glazing.
Wooden windows can not only help to keep your property in-fitting with the period, it can also give your property an attractive edge that many people have opted away from over the last 40 years, but is now making a comeback.

Keep It Period

Ensuring that our home keeps its period appearance doesn’t stop at windows, it actually starts a few paces back, on the other side of the gate. When we approach our home, the first thing we encounter is the gate at the end of the drive. Here is where your image begins, so ensuring that you keep this true to period you can give your visitors the right impression from the start. Here at B&K Timber, we specialise in bespoke driveway and garden gates, meaning that we can work closely with you to get the perfect gate for your property.

For more information on the bespoke windows that we can create here at B&K Timber, please contact a member of our dedicated team today. To find out how to measure for your new period-accurate gate, head over to our measuring guide.

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