We initially installed around eight Residence 9 windows into the main house. So pleased with the result, which can be found here. Soon after this, we got the order to fit out the pool house with our cost-effective but aesthetically pleasing grey uPVC windows and doors.
The pool house was new build and was in construction at the time of our meeting in the showroom. The plan was for it to be a timber frame structure with timber cladding externally. After running through some guesstimate prices, we soon came to the conclusion that aluminium and its price tag was probably slightly overkill for a pool house. So we started looking for alternatives. Given the timber outer frame and timber cladding that was going to be used, a modern look was required.
So we suggested a modern grey Renolit woodgrain foiled uPVC windows and doors. This would keep cost down compared to aluminium whilst maintaining the modern look. Keen to avoid the shiny white uPVC look, the customers liked the grey uPVC windows they saw at the showroom and went with that. As two of the rooms were changing rooms, privacy was required. The standard textured glass range may not have been obscure enough, so we suggested satinovo or ‘satin’ glass for them, which would totally white out the glass. Some people call this the ‘sandblasted’ effect.
For the bar area, the couple wanted to be able to easily pass drinks through so a sliding window was settled on.
All in all, with its sliding bar window and our modern grey uPVC windows and doors, it might just be one of the nicest pool houses in Hollingbourne!
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