ARCHED and SHAPED
This development in Oxford was built around 2005 and incorporated the dramatic lines of the semi-circular feature arches to the ground floor lounge windows to a tight budget. All possible because of the versatility of the Duraflex uPVC profile used in manufacture. The client and his architect were delighted with the result.
Shootbolt locking and energy efficient safety glass were all part of the design requirements. The virgin uPVC frames will stay looking pristine for many more years to come.
It's not just uPVC that can be shaped and bent in to bespoke designs. This image shows what can be achieved with aluminium in this old Brewery building in Pembroke Street in the centre of Oxford. It was converted in to a museum in 1965 and is the home of Modern Art Oxford.
An extensive refurbishment was carried out in 2018 and Team Admiral Windows fitted these contemporary aluminium windows incorporating astragal bars. The Exlabesa aluminium profile used was perfect for the job.
Watch this timelapse video of Team Admiral Windows installing a double raked frame bedroom window to the upper floor of this house in Oxford
When asked to replace the windows to this dormer in a home in Islip in 2017, we were definitely up for the challenging task of the survey, with it's unusual angles and shapes.
No problem for team Admiral Windows, even if we did have our fingers crossed until the windows were in and fitted!
...and the customer was delighted with the result, from the outside and the inside.