‘No minor job’
9th October 2018
It was ‘no minor job’ replacing over 100 windows, including some with stone mullions, at Felley House, Nottinghamshire, a five bedroom period country home set in two acres of private land, according to Paradise Windows which carried out the installation with Rehau Total70.
Managing Director Mark Millward takes up the story: “The owner of Felley House needed to replace the windows as part of a general refurbishment project, but as the property has so many windows and many are very different, we needed to test one in situ initially.
“At first steel was specified for the windows but it was proving very expensive – I suggested PVCu in order to reduce cost but to deliver equivalent results in terms of the profiles.
“We installed a few windows using the Total70 profile to ensure the style suited the property. When the owner saw the profiles installed he was very happy, and we continued with the project over a number of weekends to fit in with wider refurbishment work taking place on site at the same time.
“Overall the project was very straightforward, and the windows were easy to install. I’d only ever recommend Rehau for a project like this due to the quality and ease to work with. I have been installing Rehau profiles for 25 years and I trust the product to meet all the required standards and provide the correct solution to the specification.”
Following the installation at Felley House Paradise Windows has since been commissioned to work on further projects for the customer.