There’s so much to consider when installing new windows and doors, including their design, what colour frames you’ll choose and the type of glazing that’s right for your property. However, many forget to consider any planning permission implications. That’s why we’ve put together this easy guide to the rules and regulations you need to be aware of. Read More
One of the most popular rising trends we’ve seen in the window industry is products which can emulate the look of their original counterparts while providing modern functionality for homes. That’s precisely what Residence 9 offer through their collection of beautiful, flush casement windows.
Not content with being energy efficient, secure, insulating and incredibly low maintenance, they also enhance the appearance of a variety of different homes. Wondering if they’ll look good in yours? Here’s everything you need to know about the types of property Residence 9 windows look best in. Read More
New windows and doors can transform the look of a home, but those who live in or run period properties often worry that the aesthetics will lose their character and charm. With such misconceptions, it can be easy to overlook the signs that your period windows need replacing, keeping those energy bills high while risking the security of the property. Not only that, but a home can start to look run down without the proper maintenance.
Here’s our expert advice for replacing your period property windows. Read More
Windows are integral to the look and feel of a property. If you have an ultra-modern home with heavy, old-fashioned windows, then the building might seem disconnected – unless, of course, it is your intention to create a quirky home! The small details certainly matter, which is why it is important to fully understand the character of your home in order to choose the perfect windows for it. For Georgian properties, or houses that take influence from the Georgian period, glazing or astragal bars are essential for staying in line with the fashion and character of the era. Here’s all the information you need about Georgian glazing bars. Read More
Many homeowners would consider a period property to be their dream home. The problem with living in a period building is that, often, it can be difficult to keep it warm, comfortable and energy efficient. This is why many homeowners choose to live in modern properties and just add elements of period living instead. Or simply upgrade their windows. As local authorities will often demand a ‘like for like’ replacement, Residence 9 is an ideal option, and was developed in line with historical guidelines so as to be used in conservation areas. Read More