Win-Dor recently installed stunning replacement uPVC windows into a period property in Bedford. Find out more about the project below
Replacement pastel blue uPVC windows in Bedford
The property was a traditional white cottage in Bedford owned by Mr Ashby. The homeowners were looking to replace pastel blue wooden windows and needed the colour of the new windows to be an exact match to that of the existing colour scheme.
Mr Ashby commented: “We chose Win-Dor because we were replacing pastel blue wooden windows on a white cottage and wanted to keep the colour scheme. Only Win-Dor seemed happy to do that, and still came in with a competitive price.”
Colour matched for perfect aesthetics
In order to ensure that we matched the pastel blue colour exactly, Win-Dor took a small sample back to our factory and analysed it using the colour matching system. After careful investigation we made an exact match for the Blue 706 colour.
The installation process
After we informed Mr Ashby that we could match the pastel blue colour exactly, he decided to commission Win-Dor to install the replacement uPVC windows. He was so pleased with Win-Dor’s service that he also commissioned us to install uPVC doors, new soffits and fascias, as well as ornate lead work.
The uPVC replacement windows we installed use high quality double glazing for better thermal and acoustic insulation, and, thanks to their great energy efficiency values, will help to reduce the energy consumption of the home, saving the Ashby’s money on their heating bills.
Mr and Mrs Ashby were very pleased with the installation process and Win-Dor’s service. Mr Ashby commented: “Installation went well and the team did their best to fit around us in a small cottage. There was no need to redecorate afterwards, and they even managed to match the blue in the stained glass on the door with the colour of the frames.” The installation was completed on time and suffered no problems.
Due to the revitalised aesthetic of their cottage, Mr and Mrs Ashby recently won a Win-Dor photo competition and received £50 as a result!