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Timber sash windows and doors from Lomax + Wood star in Chelsea

  • 1 May 2019

An incredible redevelopment of a Dutch-style 19th century building to create a 20,000 square foot property, containing ten stunning luxury apartments, features Lomax + Wood products.

Here is a breakdown of the project, enhanced by the supply and installation of the UK’s premium timber window and door brand.

 – Contract value over £180K.
 – 142 timber box sash windows
 – 16 timber French doors
 – Supply and Installation of made-to-order timber windows and doors
 – Bespoke design service to incorporate period detailing
 – Fully glazed with acoustic performance glass
 – Fully finished, high performance windows
 – FSC® Chain Of Custody supply and Fit

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Lomax + Wood were specified on this substantial project, set within the Cadogan Estate, in order to provide historically correct sightlines from their made-to-order range of timber sash windows and doors.

The external façade was retained and naturally the architect and developer wished to provide high performance timber windows and doors, both acoustically and thermally.

Lomax + Wood are specialists in providing timber sash windows, casement and doors that mix historical details with security and high performance.

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The Lomax + Wood offer is essential when trying to meet stringent conservation area requirements, which was the case here, with the building adjacent to Sloane Square and the King’s Road in London.

The Lomax + Wood range of timber windows and doors are produced with knot free engineered timber, combined with micro-porous spray applied paint and UK designed and tested details.

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The attention to detail, premium quality products and an installation service has seen Lomax + Wood rise to become one of the UK’s most specified made-to-order timber window brands.

With the sash windows and French doors on this prestigious London project supplied and fitted, both the architect and developer had confidence their lives would be made easier with only one point of contact.

Lomax + Wood were also able to provide their warehouse service, which allowed for the windows and doors to be stored in a controlled environment and only delivered to site, with the harsh conditions that entails, until the actual point of fitting.

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The Essex Lomax + Wood showroom has been enhanced, with the addition of an internal door display and aluminium composite windows and doors.

These have been added to the Lomax + Wood timber windows and door offer to allow customers to purchase more from the same brand and continue to meet the increasing demand for the company’s supply and fit service.

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