Home remodelling project
Optima windows from Profile 22 were selected for a high-end contemporary property refurbishment in Orpington near Bromley in Kent.
The window installation was part of a wider refurbishment to remodel a bungalow into a two-storey house. Eighteen windows were installed, including a three-pane bay window. Floating mullions were used, and fire egress windows were required to meet Building Regulations on the upper floor. The design featured equal sightlines to help the homeowner achieve the high-end aesthetics they wanted which were further enhanced with the choice of anthracite grey on both sides.
The windows were manufactured by Emplas, and installed by Affix Windows of Sidcup, Kent.
Callum Hennessy at Affix Windows said: “Because the window installation was part of a much wider building project it was vital to work closely with the homeowner to keep everything on track. Our expertise and experience were invaluable in ensuring the installation was straightforward from start to finish.”
The homeowner said: “The choice of window was critical to this project and the attention to detail and the supporting customer journey from Affix Windows was impressive. They took the time to discuss the window aesthetics with us and showed us real-life applications so we could visually see the end results. They even took time to advise us on the type of windows needed for the upper floor to meet current Building Regulations. It was an end-to-end professional service.”