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New Timber Windows & Doors

David Salisbury added a timber conservatory to this period cottage in Dorset but, in what is becoming an increasingly popular request, the customer decided to extend their new look around their home by updating the windows and doors.

The conservatory added a new living space to the rear of the property but the new wooden windows and external doors are what gave the home a real uplift from the front.

There's something about the look and feel of timber windows and exterior doors that evokes a real feeling of homeliness - one that cannot be matched with other commonly used window building materials like aluminium or UPVC.

As members of the Wood Windows Alliance (WWA), the quality of our windows have been independently checked and audited - both in terms of our product manufacturing and our accompanying service. So when we say our windows are market-leading quality, you do not need to just take our word for it!

The owners of this Dorset cottage are our latest satisfied customers, for what is a growing part of our business. Whilst other types of home improvement project might add value to your home (such as an orangery kitchen extension), updating your windows and doors provide a whole host of other benefits.

With the latest features in energy efficiency, security and performance, our windows are manufactured to both look good and to last. With our bespoke design capabilities and a choice of paint finishes from our own colour palette (with a colour-matching service available too), the options are literally limitless.

Whilst the prospect of replacing your windows and doors might seem a little daunting, particularly if you own a Listed or period property, why not talk to our team of experts? We offer a complimentary home design visit and can demonstrate to you the quality and durability of our product.

#2019goals: time for new timber windows!?

Windows & Doors, Dorset Cottage

was designed by: Stephen Carter

New windows & doors after new David Salisbury conservatory