Epwin flush casements ‘add kerb appeal’

Epwin Window Systems’ flush casement windows have been specified for a Yorkshire home remodelling project.

The installation was carried out by local builder and property owner, Ralph Schorah-Croft, who fitted the flush casement windows in an extension of his detached bungalow in Pickering, North Yorkshire.

The windows, including an additional front bay window, were manufactured by longstanding Epwin fabricator, Kingfisher Windows.

Deborah Beeley, sales and marketing manager at Kingfisher Windows, said. “The flush casement windows were chosen for their aesthetic appeal and were manufactured in sage smooth on white to sympathetically complement the property’s light stone façade.”

Having been a customer of Kingfisher Windows for some time, Ralph Schorah-Croft, said: “Having used Kingfisher Windows before, we knew we were in safe hands with our own home refurbishment project. The windows look superb and have been a real talking point with many neighbours and passers-by enquiring about the windows. It’s nice to hear such positive comments and have certainly added additional kerb appeal to our property.”

Epwin’s flush casement system exceeds all regulatory requirements and achieves a window U-value of 1.2W/m2K with 24mm double glazing.