Brook House is an end of terrace home in a conservation area in a Warwickshire village. Originally four separate cottages (one dating back to 1730, the other to around 1800), Brook House was saved from demolition and made into a single residence in the 1960s.
This beautiful property dates back to around 1730 and having been painstakingly renovated, it is now considered to be one of the most important buildings in the conservation area to which it belongs.
The original casement windows remain intact and form an important part of the overall look and style of the house but unfortunately, they are single glazed with very thin glass. This meant that the house could be very draughty and occasionally very noisy.
The current owners were not prepared to part with the attractive small-paned casements, so they decided that secondary glazing was the best solution for the problems they were facing.
We installed our horizontal sliding units into all of the beautiful casement windows.
Not only is the secondary glazing virtually invisible, the primary windows are still accessible.
With secondary glazing in place the house is noticeably quieter, warmer and comfortable.
Furthermore, the owner no longer has to wipe up condensation every morning as she used to and the house feels considerably brighter.
WHAT THE CLIENT SAID
“I really cannot praise Storm Windows enough. My house is warmer, quieter, brighter and altogether more comfortable. Everyone was so helpful and efficient.”
Owner, Mrs Gillian