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… and a partridge in a pear tree

From a simple window or door installation to the construction of a new conservatory or orangery, you cannot choose better than Admiral Windows as a trusted Oxfordshire company. To begin 2019, here’s a roundup of the best Admiral Windows installation pictures from 2018. We’ve chosen the following pictures to show the quality of our products and workmanship (and, of course, where the photos came out particularly well). Our resident blogsmith Adrian has added brief notes below each picture, with links to the original posts.

Alu Round

Circular aluminium framed window. I liked this Summertown photo so much that I cut it down and used it as the header image for our Admiral Windows Twitter page. Originally posted here.

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Shaped windows. Interior view of new black PVCu windows fitted to a dormer bay in Islip. Originally posted here.

Alma Place 1

PVCu vertical sliding window in East Oxford. Someone said: ‘my policy on cake is pro having it and pro eating it.’ As it is with these excellent windows. You can keep the aesthetics of a period building while adding modern levels of insulation, utility and security. Originally posted here.

Vaughan BEFORE n AFTER 2

Kidlington orangery construction; before & after. As regular readers will know, I love a good before n’ after pic. With this one, even the weather played ball. Originally posted here.

Smart Systems bifolds Admiral Windows Oxford 1

REAL Aluminium bi-fold doors in Kidlington. This photo shows a lovely contrast between a cold outdoors and a warm interior. Nice doors as well! Originally posted here.

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We built this small but very pleasing lean-to conservatory in Lambourn, Berkshire. During the digging of foundations, we discovered the remains of an old well. Originally posted here.


This newly built and freshly decorated conservatory in Steeple Claydon looks most inviting. Originally posted here.

Porch 2

A splendid new porch in Headington is made all the more handsome by its Solidor door. Originally posted here.

SOLIDOR Italia range GENOA

Solidor Genoa composite door, in Painswick (RAL 7038), installed to a house in Yarnton. I like this light grey colour quite a lot. It’s understated, versatile and it suggests different undertones according to prevailing light conditions. Originally posted here.

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A most impressive match between the original walls of this Carterton bungalow and the new walls of its conservatory. Admiral Windows builders really are some of the best in the business. Originally posted here.

Rolls CONS FROM HOUSE portrait

This is what having a conservatory is all about – an ideal relaxation space. This Chilton conservatory was originally posted here.

Admiral Windows Oxford solid roof Equinox still 3

Considering that this was a still frame from a video, I think this picture came out really well. We’re starting to do a fair number of these solid-roof conversions – especially for south-facing conservatories. Pictured is a composite tiled Equinox roof that we fitted to a conservatory in Bicester. Originally posted here.

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