Top marks for conservation™ timber windows & doors

Top marks for conservation™ timber windows & doors

High performance timber windows and doors from the Mumford & Wood Conservation™ range have been specified in an historical property refurbishment in the beautiful village of Clifton, Bristol. In Tudor-Gothic style this stunning collection of seven luxury-living properties offers outstanding accommodation enhanced with space and light.

Double glazed casement windows from the coordinated Conservation™ range have been specified by architects Nash Partnership and designed to work in harmony with the traditional stone surrounds and other architectural features typical of the region. Solid planked entrance doors with decorative overhead fanlights provide like-for-like replacement and Conservation™ bi-folding doors are featured in several of the properties adding yet more drama to the internal space.

Frank Buckley, managing director, Mumford & Wood Limited, said "This building has had new life breathed into it. "We are proud that our award-winning windows and doors have helped to recreate its historic charm. Our products have worked beautifully with the sweeping, open spaces of the building which offers generous open plan living so popular in today’s family living style.”

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Mumford & Wood was established in 1954 to produce high quality joinery products using the best quality timber, traditional craftsmanship and an emphasis on attention to detail. It is now the UK's premium brand for timber sash windows, offering a full...
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