Norfolk Farm House, Norfolk

Name of project

Norfolk Farm House






Project requirements

Built around 1880, the property has been significantly extended to the rear, having been previously added to in 1970. As the original building remains structurally unchanged, it was important that the new fenestration was in-keeping with the original windows.


Conservation™ double glazed box sash windows have been installed throughout the new wing, along with a lean-to style garden room structure, French doors and fixed glazed side panels, creating a bright and informal day-room. All finished with quality micro-porous paint.


The Conservation™ range provides coordinated thermally and acoustically efficient products with superior aesthetics. Made in the UK from engineered timber to WWA standards, Conservation™ products are internally glazed for added security. Conservation™ windows and doors are BRE A+ rated, carry the BSI Kitemark, Energy Saving Trust listed, and many products carry Secured by Design accreditation.

Client Feedback

“The rooms with double glazed windows are very comfortable and they have made a huge impact on our energy consumption in this large property. The bay blends perfectly with the original window in the same room. We now have all the benefits of 21st century thermal performance as well as improved aesthetics with windows of different ages that complement each other very well.” Nick Deane, Homeowner

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