Up until relatively just recently, when buying new windows for your home the option of colour would be a woozy selection of white, white and you’ve thought it– white.
Although our white woodgrain result is timeless and remains our very popular colour, current advances in technology has provided us the flexibility to provide more choice. We are proud to provide a stunning range of 9 colour alternatives permitting your uniqueness and style to shine through.
Perhaps due to the upsurge in aluminium made windows and doors, ‘Anthracite Grey’ is now hugely popular and is among our leading selling colours.
Giving a stylish total aesthetic, Anthracite Grey is a versatile colour that matches varying home styles from modern-day contemporary new builds to old standard Victorian townhouses.
The colour works well with a variety of building products and blends well with existing styles and colours and is therefore often used on extension windows when the white framed windows in the original home do not need upgrading.
We expect Anthracite Grey will be popular for several years to come.
Our pastel tones of ‘Chartwell Green’ and ‘Cream White’ complement Yorkshire stone completely and particularly look fantastic with all type of cottage designs.
The trend towards having natural looking wood colour is popular due to its timeless beauty and with choices of ‘Golden Oak’, ‘Irish Oak’, ‘Nut Tree’ and ‘Rosewood’ to pick from you can certainly discover one to match your taste.
Black doors and windows are a terrific option due to its stylish and alluring appeal. The colour is extremely ‘forgiving’– they complement their environments and of course whatever looks terrific with black.
Increasing numbers of house owners are selecting coloured UPVC for a vast array of factors. Its low maintenance and hard wearing qualities are second to none and you can say goodbye to re-sanding, re-painting, flaking and breaking. With wipe tidy surfaces that will not rot or rust, and fade resistant colour with A rated energy properties we think it’s a no-brainer.
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