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Replacement Windows & Doors, Surrey

Replacing the timber windows and doors in this red brick property in Surrey was just part of a project which saw David Salisbury Joinery transform this whole home.

Comparing the before and after photos in the slide show above really gives an idea of what can be achieved with good design and highly skilled joinery combined with a great team on site.

Expertly designed by Eddie Spillane, one of David Salisbury’s most experienced sales designers, this project initially centred on adding a new orangery to create the space for a larger open plan kitchen extension.

But what rounded off the finished look and feel of the exterior of this property was the replacement windows and French doors for every aspect of the home: front, back and sides.  

A combination of timber sliding sash windows, casement windows and painted wooden doors were designed and installed, to match the style of the orangery.

The Raw Hessian paint finish, from our own unique colour palette, was chosen to complement the existing red brickwork and mortar. This contemporary paint colour really lifts the exterior of both the front and back of the property, giving it a fresh, modern look.

Here at David Salisbury, we don’t just want to improve your property – we want to transform your home and enhance your lifestyle. With a now larger open plan kitchen and improved views and access to the garden provided by the new windows and doors, this customer’s home has been transformed for the better.

Our expanding timber windows and doors proposition has the same nationwide coverage as our orangeries and conservatories business, for which we are perhaps better known. With the quality of our windows having been independently checked and audited by the Wood Windows Alliance (WWA), if you’re thinking about replacing your windows why not start by requesting our brochure?

Replacement Windows & Doors with Orangery, Surrey

Designed by: Eddie Spillane

Raw Hessian paint finish matched that of the new orangery