Our Residence 9 heritage uPVC windows into a new build plot in Tonbridge, Kent.

This new build development was perfect for the best of our heritage uPVC windows: white ash Residence 9.

This project came to us through a very good customer of ours, A B Canham & Son, a prolific house builder in the South East. They are known for building top of the range properties with high specs inside and outside as well as more affordable properties. Whether it’s uPVC windows, heritage uPVC windows, aluminium windows or timber windows, we always tailor a solution for them and their budget, as we can do for all of our customers.

The drawings arrive with us and we can price everything up by scaling from the drawings. This allows us to send over a cost for various different products. In this case, we costed the installation using uPVC, heritage uPVC windows (Residence 9) and timber. That way, our customers had the complete range to choose from and stack up against their budget.

In this situation, they quickly decided against uPVC. They felt that the specification of the rest of the property just didn’t fit with using uPVC windows. At the other end, they opted against timber uPVC windows and doors, which had caused maintenance problems for them and came at a cost. Having ordered Residence 9 windows and doors from us before, they already knew the product and were confident it would be right for the property, especially in the classic white woodgrain finish.

The order was placed for a full house of white woodgrain Residence 9 windows with black monkey tail handles and matching working peg stays. To further add to the traditional heritage feel of the property, they specified astragal bar grids on all windows.

We surveyed everything over a day and came back to install everything on both plots over two weeks. The installation at the other plot can be read here.

The end result is something we’re really proud of and most importantly, our customer is thrilled too.


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