Over 200 R9 windows in luxury development

More than 200 Residence 9 windows have been installed at a luxury development called Old Beech Farm.

The windows were fabricated by HWL Windows in the Painswick colourway to compliment the stone exterior of six, high-end new build properties.

The development won the Commercial Project of the Year at the G23 Awards.

Residence 9 is widely accepted in Conservation Areas and for Grade II Listed Buildings across the UK as the collection was designed according to the key principles, shapes and dimensions from the Article 4 Conservation Area guidelines for windows.

R9 windows meet Part L requirements with a U-value of 1.2W/m2k with double glazing and 0.74W/m2k with 44mm triple glazing.

HWL used the Timberweld jointing technique in the fabrication of its Residence 9 windows, designed for a seamless butt-joint appearance on both the exterior and interior of the windows, offering an authentic timber look and enhanced strength.

The Residence Collection windows from HWL are available for delivery without glazing, making on-site handling more convenient. In the case of Old Beech Farm, the windows were initially supplied with pre-fitted Georgian bars. However, to offer installers the flexibility to source glass locally, HWL also provided Georgian bars in kit form.

Jo Trotman, marketing manager at The Residence Collection, commented: “Establishing quality partnerships is crucial in the delivery of our superior design, manufacturing, and installation services that we consistently provide to our customers. We are delighted to have successfully concluded yet another project with HWL Windows and look forward to many more in the future.”

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