Gardinia recently travelled all the way from Huddersfield to Gainsborough, to install 16 new Cottage Style Windows, a Solidor Composite Door and a K2 Glass Lantern roof in the landing area. Normally we wouldn’t go that far out of our working area however the customer favoured Gardinia in terms of design and helpfulness in making their final decision. One of our installation teams travelled down on Tuesday, staying for two nights in the local public house, The George.
Company chairman Michael Foster travelled down for the first day to oversee the start of the job and to assist in installing the lantern. Part of the property was a new build where the windows we installed contained the Maco M/spag window locks, chosen for its high performance security and durability. As an added feature for this job the client chose the pewter finished monkey tail handles and functioning peg stays.
In the original part of the house the company installed five Master Frame vertical sliding sash windows, with full upgrade for both insulation value and security.
To top the job off the installation of a K2 glazed lantern was installed to the flat roof of the upper floor hallway, which was an after thought on the clients part.
Below are some photos of the Windows in the new build, we aim to get some final photos once all the building work has been completed. Needless to say Cottage Style windows not only compliment traditional properties, however new builds too.
Cottage Style Windows in Gainsborough Photos: