Spectus windows and doors have been manufactured and installed at a detached cottage in Shavington, Cheshire. The property was fitted with sixteen Spectus flush casement windows, two circular casement windows and two sets of Elite 70 French doors, all manufactured in Chartwell Green with astragal bar detailing. The products were manufactured by longstanding Spectus fabricator Universal Trade Frames and fitted by experienced domestic installer South Cheshire Glass.
The property is situated in a desirable location and the flush casement windows were chosen to replace the property’s ageing timber frames. The choice of windows needed to sympathetically reflect the style and character of the property and deliver the British timber cottage aesthetics that the homeowner desired. Graham Saunders, General Manager at South Cheshire Glass, said: “The new windows needed to complement the property and the flush casement windows in Chartwell Green delivered the required aesthetics. Having been fitting Spectus products for over twenty years I knew the flush casement window was the perfect choice of window style to enhance the character of the home and offer modern day thermal efficiency too.”
The project ran to plan and was completed on schedule. Graham said: “We’ve been in business for over 40 years, so we have a great deal of experience in domestic installations. Our fitters offer a high level of workmanship and customer care and our experienced fitted team ensured everything ran smoothly as we would expect it to.”
Graham concluded: “Our customers had a charming property to start with but by working closely with them and understanding their exact needs, we have helped them enhance it further still.”