CASE STUDY

Beechcroft

New build home in Hertfordshire uses various glazing to bathe the home with light

Ultra-conservatory windows and doors was used throughout this home in Hertfordshire. This new build home featured floor to ceiling Sieger® sliding aluminium door allowing easy access to the patio area. This kept up with the minimal appearance that other frameless glazing provided. Instead of a traditional flush, squared design, the homeowners opted for a staggered effect making it unique and interesting.

Sieger® casement windows have been used throughout the new build design with a small opening for ventilation throughout the day whilst offering slim framing providing unrestricted views throughout the day while keeping a cohesive and impressive design throughout.

 

 

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Large gable windows have been installed in the loft room flooding the living space with natural light. Turning this dark, shaded room into a light filled spacious area. The slim framed aluminium windows can fit in any shape and can be powder coated in any RAL colour.

Slim framed aluminium casement doors combined very well with the frameless windows allowing fantastic views of the garden and maximum light can be passed through the system throughout the day. The door system provides high levels of security and weather resistance all year round.

Contemporary glazing systems have been used throughout the new build home. The main aim was to have the right balance between light and privacy which the project has accomplished with frameless glazing installed in multiple outdoor spaces which allowed light to shine in throughout the day.

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