Mumford and Wood provides conservation windows
Mumford & Wood
double glazed vertical sliding sashes
Bespoke Conservation windows and doorsets by Mumford and Wood have been specified in an extensive domestic restoration project.
The four-storey early Victorian terraced property is located in the London Borough of Richmond on Thames which has a wealth of historical provenance, adjacent wild heath and woodland, and is the home of the Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew.
The two-year project was managed entirely by McDaniel Woolf and every element of the interior and external design work was handled by the team.
While the property is unlisted, it falls within a Conservation area meaning sympathetic consideration is required for design detail and materials.
Windows and doors to the front elevation have been repaired and retained while the single glazed windows to the rear elevation have been largely replaced with Mumford and Wood's high performance, energy rated, double glazed vertical sliding sashes.
Tailor-made extra fine Lambs Tongue moulded glazing bars were specified to match the remaining windows.
Traditional cord, sash weights and heavy duty brass pulley wheels was the preferred choice of operation.
Mumford and Wood offers a choice of high quality ironmongery in polished and satin brass or chrome.
In this project the architect specified an alternative, traditional brand which was fitted on site.
Alternative hinges were factory fitted by Mumford and Wood on request.
Windows in Mumford and Wood's Conservation range are manufactured from premium quality engineered and laminated clear grade Larch.
Windows carry BFRC energy ratings from A to C, dependent on specification, as well as the BSI Kitemark, Secured by Design and Energy Trust accreditations.
Windows and doors were fitted by Mumford and Wood's approved installers, a nationwide service by qualified professionals.
Mumford and Wood is a member of PWG, the British Woodworking Federation TWA Scheme, and a founding member of the Wood Window Alliance.
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