Period style windows are leading the way as homeowners opt for heritage and history.
Emerging trends suggest that homeowners are looking to the past for new property, and preferring period styles over contemporary builds. With the rise in TV costume dramas such as ‘Downton Abbey’ and ‘Victoria’, period properties are experiencing a resurgence in sales. Historic houses are now some of the most sought after on the market and their increasing scarcity creates appeal and therefore bankability.
Thanks to an increasing awareness of the value and importance of period properties, there is more interest in investing in period features. Period windows and architecture not only boost the value of your home but make it easier to sell. The desire for heritage means that people are will to pay more for a house with well maintained, period windows and features. This suggests that, in the eyes of buyers, heritage trumps practical considerations such as the generally held belief that older homes are difficult to maintain and costly to run, thanks in part to the lack of modern insulation and energy efficiency.
The great news is that Evolution Windows offers a period style uPVC windows solution to these issues, Wood effect period windows with very high energy efficiency which require almost no maintenance!
Victorian. Georgian. Period Cottage. Whatever the period, we have a superior quality period window style option to suit. Every handcrafted window will offer you superior A+ energy performance, technically advanced security, incredible durability and sound proofing all with beautiful wood and period styled aesthetics.
All of our period style uPVC windows are handcrafted to offer you the perfect window solution for your home. We have a window suitable for every period style and every window format. Perhaps you need a sash window, a bay window, a small cottage leaded window or even a more specialised window. Our superior range of timber effect windows are best in class. The Flush and Storm 2 ranges are award winning period window solutions that will deliver a traditional period style, beautiful wooden effect aesthetics but with all the benefits gained from fitting uPVC windows. Low maintenance with no sanding or painting, as well as technologically advanced security systems to truly give you that peace of mind.
Evolution Windows blends both the past with the future, tradition and innovation, with the manufacture of high quality, beautiful, period style uPVC windows. It is reassuring to see the value that is still placed on heritage when it comes in particular to our homes. The past can seem immaterial to some, but the fact our history and heritage are the very things which provide our identity and beliefs to keep us grounded in this changing world.
If you can’t visit your local Evolution showroom but still want to find out more about our beautiful handcrafted windows and doors then simply order a brochure today and be inspired.
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