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30/10/2019

Childhood Home Restored To Former Glory With Bereco Sash Windows.

It is said that ‘Home is where the Heart is’. Home cooking, playing as child and the views from the windows all stir fond memories and a sense of nostalgia in us as we recall a time when we were carefree and happy. In an effort to make our current homes more like the homes […]

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29/10/2019

Plastic Not So Fantastic

Why property developer Alex Shephard chose timber windows and doors over uPVC for the renovation of his family home? Having worked as a property developer for many years, Alex was no stranger to the idea of taking on a renovation project. When the time came to take on his very own renovation he immediately saw […]

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Timber Flush Casement Windows By Bereco - Thrum Mill

31/08/2019

Thrum Mill, Northumberland

Margaret and Dave Hedley bought the Grade ll listed Thrum Mill in Rothbury, Northumberland three and a half years ago. For the last two years the couple have been working alongside Channel 4’s Restoration Man programme that has been tracking the mill’s gradual transformation. The project has been a true labour of love for the […]

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30/03/2019

Bereco timber windows and doors chosen for luxury new build homes in the Cotswolds.

In south central England lies the Cotswolds an area characterised by its natural stone-built villages; large estates, rural landscapes and for being the home of world renown Cotswold stone. An area of outstanding natural beauty the Cotswolds are now a highly sought-after place to live in a beautifully rural setting just a short commute to […]

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18/01/2019

Bereco Donate Repurposed Timber Windows to Wortley Community Centre

Here at Bereco, we are always conscious of our choices and the effect that this has on the planet. We have formed an in house environmental working group and regularly discuss our progress against our existing environmental goals and set new ones but it doesn’t stop there. Our staff are involved too and are continuously […]

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noise reducing timber sash windows

03/09/2018

Silence and the City – Ambient Noise Reducing Sliding Sash Windows

Old Brompton Road starts from South Kensington Underground station and runs south-west, through a mainly residential area, until it reaches West Brompton and the area around Earl’s Court tube station. The road is one of London’s red routes that form a network of major roads which make up 5% of the city`s roads but carry […]

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sliding sash

13/07/2018

Cords & Weights Windows Transform Brighton Preparatory School

Founded in 1845 by William Aldwin Soames, Brighton College was the first Victorian public school to be founded in Sussex. Soames originally planned for use of the Brighton Pavilion, but after refusal by Queen Victoria, built the school in the suburb of Kemptown. Now a Preparatory School for children aged 8 to 13, this monumental white building […]

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casement windows

06/07/2018

Bereco Timber Windows and Doors Create Dream New Homes with a Difference

Lodge Lake Park, situated in Gatcombe, is a series of five luxury four to six bedroom new family homes designed and built by Abbeymill Homes, who are committed to building first class homes with a high specification build quality. Building homes of this standard is no mean feat, especially when considering navigating through complex Building […]

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04/07/2018

Contemporary Timber Windows in this quintessentially english luxury new home

When thinking of a developer of high-end luxury new homes, our thoughts immediately turn to Hawksmoor Homes. Positioned in the South of England, in the beautiful affluent town of Guildford, Hawksmoor pride themselves on building elegant homes where a passion for fine craftsmanship and attention to detail is distinctly evident throughout the entire finished home. […]

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26/06/2018

Contemporary sliding sash windows in keeping with traditional high street

Tenterden is a quaint little town with a beautiful tree-lined high street made up of interesting ornate buildings and independent shops. A town with a large conservation area and steeped in a rich history, it stands on the edge of the remnant forest The Weald. The town’s name is derived from the Old English “Tenet […]

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flush casement Bereco

19/06/2018

Brighton Interior Blogger’s 1930’s Renovation Story

Fifi Mcgee is a country bumpkin at heart who runs a successful lifestyle and interior blog site. Having a passion for all things home decoration and a love of creating a humble, homely country cottage feel, Fifi draws from first-hand experience of running her own renovation to create blog posts which explore the elements that […]

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sliding sash

18/06/2018

A whole new view of The Downs with Bereco timber windows

  The South Downs National Park is an area of outstanding beauty with landscapes that cover 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. From rolling hills to bustling market towns and ‘picture perfect’ villages, the landscape has inspired creative people to celebrate and record it in many ways, inspiring artists such as Turner and writers […]

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sliding sash georgian

04/06/2018

Georgian opulence at its finest: Timber Sliding Sash Windows at The Millchester Showhome

Forming part of the Potton Self Build Show Centre at St Neots, Cambridgeshire, the Millchester Show House is a perfect demonstration of elegant Georgian style home designed and build by Potton Self Build. The Millchester, a 3,000 square foot 4 bedroom home required a complete facelift both internally and externally. The ambitious design concept for […]

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01/06/2018

History and Future meet with metal accents at the Tin Tab

One of the most distinctly unusual projects that Parker Joinery have undertaken, the ‘Tin Tabernacle’ was originally built in circa 1885 and is steeped in history, having previously been used as a chapel, community hall, wedding venue, and even a film set. The property is currently used as a meeting place, offices and occasional theatre. […]

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georgian sliding sash

01/06/2018

Georgian Style for Contemporary Living: Burgess Hill

Georgian style embraces the reign of four Georges who reigned in continuous succession from 1714 to 1830. The style came about as a reaction to the popular Baroque style that George 1st much disliked. Georgian style is strongly influenced by Rococo, Gothic, French and Oriental art and designs. Achieving this certain elegant style through a […]

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Traditional Flush Casement

15/05/2018

A unique renovation of a former Oast House in charming Yalding

An oast house or hop kiln is a building designed for kilning (drying) hops as part of the beer brewing process. They can be found in most hop-growing (and former hop-growing) areas of Kent and East Sussex and are often good examples of vernacular architecture. Having been an established construction business for 37 years, Ian […]

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French Doors Bereco

14/05/2018

Old Market Garden: A Dream Bespoke Home

One of our recent signature projects has given us the opportunity to work again with Benjamin Allen Bespoke Homes. On this occasion we supplied curved head entrance doors, spiral balance sliding sashes with specialist bar designs and a front door fanlight for the Old Market Garden – the ‘dream home’ of Allen and Michelle Dawson, […]

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Heritage Flush French Doors

05/04/2018

Preserving the Character of a Charming Historic England Listed Home

Once a former Post Office, this characterful home, albeit loved for a long time by a previous family, had not been well maintained and was in serious need of restoring to its former glory. Situated in one of England’s most picturesque villages, this listed family home was patiently awaiting a new owner who would be […]

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Bereco supplied timber windows to a character building in sleaford

23/01/2018

Bereco supply timber windows to character refurbishment in Sleaford

In the 1800s this outstanding property was once used to store horse drawn carts for a prominent estate in Sleaford. In the 1900s the estate sold the property on to a developer who then transformed the cart store into new homes. The current owners took the building on with the intention of further developing the […]

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Bereco Colmore Row

23/11/2017

An Inspiring Renovation Of Prestigious 55 Colmore Row

Situated on the corner with adjoining Church Street, sits 55 Colmore Row, an awe-inspiring building with Grade II-listed Victorian façade overlooking Birmingham Cathedral. Steeped in history, and holding a prestigious business address in the centre of Birmingham, this building was crying out to be restored to its former glory. Designated a conservation area in 1971, […]

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11/07/2017

Back To Front Exterior, Hampshire

In 2016 Husband and wife Alex and Toby Hull bought a run-down 1940s ex-local authority house situated in a pretty Hampshire village within the South Downs National Park. The house needed a complete renovation to transform it into a space the young couple could both live and work from. For Alex as Managing Director of […]

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11/07/2017

Grade 2 Listed Cattle Barn Keeps Its Character

With the building being Grade II listed it was very important that the design of the new windows matched the original frames as closely as possible. Upon researching a number of timber window companies the family approached Bereco in the knowledge that we have supplied our wooden windows and doors to many listed properties over […]

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06/06/2017

House to Home Transformation; Reigate, Surrey

This house situated in the historic market town of Reigate, in south east Surrey whilst a good shape was quite heavy on the eye from the exterior and the layout of the house was quickly found to be unsuited to family life.

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Bereco supplied timber windows and doors to Lambourne Avenue in Wimbledon

28/03/2017

Court View, Lambourne Avenue, Wimbledon

Designed by local architect Andrew Harper and built by Indigo Developments, an LABC three time ‘House of the Year’ winner, Court View has been nominated for the Times House of the Year and a Royal Institute of British Architects award.

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Bereco supplied timber windows to the Prince's Natural House

15/09/2016

The Prince’s Natural House, BRE Innovation Park, Watford

The Prince’s Natural House was built in 2011 to demonstrate how a traditional, low-tech house can be designed as an alternative for housebuilders seeking to meet stringent low carbon targets for new homes; whilst still constructing in large volumes.

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Bereco supplied timber windows to Arcon Village

14/09/2016

Focus On Grade 2 Listed Buildings, Arcon Village

In 2004 Bereco were approached by Redrow homes to work with them on a project that needed to meet strict conservation guidelines as well as compliment Redrow’s offering of high quality homes and developments.

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Bereco supplied timber tilt and turn windows and sliding patio doors to St Matthews regeneration in Brixton

11/08/2016

Focus On Social Housing – St Matthews Estate, Brixton

St Matthew’s estate in Brixton was grey, dreary and crime ridden housing development constructed in the late 1960’s, originally  comprising 7-storey ‘H’ blocks together with terraced housing.

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01/04/2016

1 The Pastures, London – Acoustic

A new build family property in the suburbs of north London. Located close to a busy road in north London noise levels within the proposed new build property were a primary concern for both developer and client. The client opted to undertake a road traffic noise assessment to determine what they would need to do on […]

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28/02/2016

Garden House, Farnham

Back To Front Exteriors had worked well with Bereco before.  The brief from the client was for well detailed and proportioned, energy-efficient timber windows and doors, which would be vital to the success and quality of the renovation. As windows are the eyes of the house and such a key design feature, it was important […]

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28/11/2015

Wiseton Hall, Nottinghamshire – Part 1

Wiseton Hall was built in 1771, and was for a great number of years, the residence and property of the Ackloms family, whose representatives took pride in their estate and spent much time in making improvements.  It was purchased by the current owner in 2014. The house itself was livable albeit in need of a […]

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