As part of work to redevelop the one-bedroom flats for elderly residents, Bereco supplied Traditional Flush Casement windows for 10 properties.
Bereco supplied bespoke producs from the Traditional Range to match the style and design of exisiting windows. Product quality and consistency ensured there were no problems with conservation or planning approvals. Many building companies can find the requirements of conservation officers challenging when replacing old windows.
Bereco have extensive experience of providing timber windows and doors for conservation projects which enables us to offer customer assistance and advice on the regulations. Our work with Glorcroft at 1-32 Kings Avenue is another good example of this.
Bereco were set the challenging task of replicating the traditional aesthetics of the existing 70 year old timber windows for conservation purposes.
“We chose to work with Bereco after viewing the quality of previous projects found on their new website. We submitted an enquiry to the team and were impressed by their knowledge and speed with which they replied to any queries I had. The communication and customer service was of high standard throughout and attention to detail ensured that Bereco were aware of the exact project requirements.’
Lee Jackson, Project Manager at Glorcroft
The project required experienced, skilled joinery; the Bereco team completed site visits in order to survey and measure the space to guarantee that the new engineered timber windows would be the perfect fit. Bereco also needed to ensure the windows were in keeping with the exisiting design elements of the properties and complied with strict conservation and planning restrictions.