High performance windows enhance garden suburb refurbishments

Timber windows and doors by Lomax + Wood have official approval for use in the Hampstead Garden Suburb conservation area

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Timber windows and doors from the Kensington & Chelsea range by specialist manufacturer Lomax + Wood have been specified for a number of beautiful period property refurbishments in Hampstead Garden Suburb, a part of north west London that has been a conservation area since the 1960s. 

Lomax + Wood is an approved supplier with The Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust and works closely with it to ensure that the modern high performance replacement timber windows and doors are in keeping with the period sight lines of the area.  The company supplies across the UK and all its products are made to order.

It says the Kensington & Chelsea range is ideal for both new build and heritage projects, offering a coordinated collection of high performance wooden sash windows, beautiful flush timber casement windows, and single, bi-folding and timber entrance doors in a variety of designs. Products are manufactured from sustainably sourced timber and have exceptional U-values.

In one recent refurbishment in Hampstead Garden Suburb, the Kensington & Chelsea range of sash windows, casements and doors was installed throughout. Some are floor to ceiling height, together with French doorsets and sensational bi-folding doors.

Products are delivered to site factory-finished with three coats of highly durable micro-porous paint as standard. They are available in white and a choice of fashionable heritage colours, as well as stain and dual colour. The windows and doors meet the rigorous security testing for part Q of the new Building Regulations, combining acoustic, thermal and security performance with a stunning appearance that enhances both new and traditional projects. 

 

For more information and technical support visit www.lomaxwood.co.uk

 

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