Originally, this was a sliding door. It had uPVC coated metal frames which were liable to condensation. We replaced the sliding door with a three-pane construction consisting of double doors and a long side pane with a fanlight at the top.
On this project we replaced the gutters, fascia and soffits. The style of the house dictated that we should use a wood-effect fascia and soffit. This was complimented by the black square guttering to give a stylish finish.
You can get nasty problems if the edge felt near the guttering is exposed to the weather. The felt rots away leaving holes where birds and water can get into the roof space. In this case there were birds nests in the loft and dead birds which caused maggots to…
The wooden cladding at the front of this bungalow needed renewing. We replaced the wood with upvc cladding & 16mm decorative fascia boards. It looks nice and tidy now.
The dry verges on this house, the place where the roof meets the wall at a gable end, were in a bad state. The mortar was cracked and missing in some places and some of the wooden soffit boards were rotten. This meant that it was possible for damp to get…
It was important in this installation that the replacement front door fitted the period styling of the house. The result is a new black-finish front door with coloured leaded glass. We like it!
This house had a replacement bay window at the front. It is finished in white uPVC
This house is a typical 1960’s design with a door and windows either side in the kitched-diner. Jones uPVC replaced these with an integrated unit. The finish in this case was mahogany effect.
The wood-effect finish on this uPVC front door looks very convincing. The door is nicely finished with a stained glass window and side panel.
uPVC is available in a number of colours, including black and white. For this installation the owner selected black as the colour of the replacement soffits, fascias and guttering.