The Old Beech Farm development, in a conservation area near Wakefield, that was named Commercial Project of the Year in the G23 Awards, features more than 200 Residence 9 windows fabricated by HWL Windows.

The original timber alternative window, Residence 9, is widely accepted in Conservation Areas and for Grade II Listed Buildings across the UK, says the manufacturer, as the collection was designed according to the key principles, shapes and dimensions from the Article 4 Conservation Area guidelines for windows. In this project, the system was used in the Painswick colourway to complement the exterior stone.

The Timberweld jointing technique was used in the fabrication of the Residence 9 windows to create a seamless butt-joint appearance on both the exterior and interior of the windows. 

The Residence Collection windows are available for delivery without glazing. In the case of Old Beech Farm, the windows were initially supplied with pre-fitted Georgian bars. However, to offer installers the flexibility to source glass locally, HWL also provided Georgian bars in kit form.

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