Kingfisher Windows has installed Epwin Window Systems’ Optima products in a renovation of a four-bedroom 1990s detached home in Aberford, West Yorkshire. The refurbishment benefitted from two sets of French doors with side panels, 14 flush casement windows and a new 3m x 3m conservatory.
The flush casement windows are designed to maximise thermal efficiency, according to Epwin’s representatives. The PVC-U system meets regulatory requirements and achieves a window U-value of 1.2W/m2K with 24mm double glazing.
Deborah Beeley, sales and marketing manager at Kingfisher Windows, said: “The 1990s-built property was fitted with first generation PVC-U windows and doors. The homeowner wanted to update their property with modern window and door aesthetics which included rebuilding their existing conservatory into a new, modern garden room. The windows and doors manufactured in anthracite grey on white perfectly matched the homeowner’s brief and delivered the modern transformation this family home required.”
Kingfisher Windows also constructed the property’s original conservatory 20 years ago. The homeowner said: “Having used Kingfisher Windows before, we knew we were in safe hands with our home refurbishment project. They took the time to understand our requirements and advised us at every level.
“Everything was meticulously planned from the onsite builders to the window and door fitting teams. Their attention to detail was faultless and all the trades cleaned up afterwards with an end-to-end white glove service. We are delighted with the finished result which has transformed the look and feel of our home.
“Whilst we looked at changing our windows and door for improved aesthetics, having better, energy-efficient products made good financial sense too. The Kingfisher team ensured we had the best energy efficiency products fitted, which will make a big difference to the thermal efficiency of our home.”