This thatched cottage, which was more than 100 years old, was in dire need of an update. Click here to see the project
The team at approved installers Rococo met with a property owner from Cadnam in Hampshire. Their thatched cottage, which was more than 100 years old was in dire need of an update. Although the building could benefit from a lot of improvements, it was the windows that were really needed attention.
The way they were before Rococo installed Evolution Storm Windows, were very inefficient and let a lot of hot air out and hot air in. Not only that but it stopped the property from looking as beautiful as it really could.
The use of the Storm windows and the glazing bar, that one that runs through the middle of the window, helped to make the home more energy efficient. What's more, because Evolution Storm windows are a high-quality timber effect solution, you get all the looks and feel of the traditional wooden windows the home would have had originally, with less maintenance than real wood.
The white wood foil, and those external Georgian bars that have been sculpted especially and the fact that the windows are Grade A plus 13 rating for energy efficiency, all help to elevate this property. The Storm French doors are in keeping with the colour and style of the windows, so brings everything together wonderfully.
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Name: Romsey Conservatory Co Ltd/Rococo
Address: Unit 48 Romsey Industrial Estate
Contact: 01794 511180
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