Lomax + Wood has provided a range of their high performance timber windows & doors for renovation works to a 1930’s home. While the whole house has been refurbished, including creating two extra rooms in the loft, the main focus was on the rear garden room.
Lomax + Wood worked closely with the architect and customer to understand their design requirements and the budget. The family wanted a kitchen that allowed them all to come together, to dine and socialise, without it costing the earth. The result is a stunning single room, light and airy allowing plenty of space for all to enjoy a range of everyday family activities. Of course opening the bi-fold doors also creates an extra large, stunning space, with the garden adding an additional feature to any summer party.
The made-to-order timber flush casement windows, French doors and bi-folding doors are manufactured in engineered timber which is knot free and finished in a dual finish, spray applied micro-porous paint. An antique leaded light pattern has been incorporated in preference to a timber glazing bar so as to not obscure the views of the garden. All are glazed internally for security with espagnolette locking and made-to-order ironmongery which helps set the joinery out from the ordinary.
Lomax + Wood installed all of the products, including the roof lantern, under their gold service which meant there was only one point of contact for the builder and customer. This simplifies the organisation of labour on site, save time and ensures any issues are dealt with quickly and efficiently.