We can’t imagine anyone wanting to live in a draughty home which costs a lot of money to heat, and has lost the attractiveness it once so proudly displayed. That’s exactly what this homeowner didn’t want – they were fully aware that their windows could be blamed for the majority of issues. So, they appointed James Oliver to fit a completely new set of white UPVC windows. During a meeting with one of our consultants, they were given free licence over any hardware they wanted to use and chose key-operated gold-plated handles. The main reason was the energy efficiency and stylish look, but safety was also a key element and came naturally thanks to the professional design.
The majority of windows fitted had a pretty regular shape, with the only exception being the small arched windows upstairs, and large bay windows on the ground floor. Precise measurements and careful engineering were combined to ensure the window fitted with ease. When fitting the bay window, a similar method was followed, enabling maximum light to enter the room. Two neat side openings could also be opened with the gold-plated handles, an added bonus.
Here at James Oliver we take great pride in delivering levels of customer service that are second to none. You’ll find that exceptional standards are simply normal from all the people you will deal with, from showroom and design staff through to the skilled builders and fitters who will visit your home.
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James Oliver Conservatories Limited of 1 Crofton Road, Allenby Trading Estate, Lincolnshire, LN3 4NL (Registered Company No.04779150) act a credit broker and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Credit provided by Hitachi Personal Finance, a trading style of Hitachi Capital (UK) PLC, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Register no. 704348).