Designed to replicated 19th Century flush sash timber window, the premium Residence 9 window collection is so authentic in appearance that it can be considered for use in conservation areas.
If you are looking for a luxury window brand to enhance your home whilst incorporating market leading thermal efficiency and acoustic performance using either double or triple glazed units, then look no further than the Residence 9.
The nine-chambered composite profile combines modern technology with classic design. Unlike real wooden windows, a Residence9 window is virtually maintenance free.
Available in 13 heritage colours to suite your style, the window rebates are also foiled in the same colour finish, meaning that the high end aesthetic is maintained when the window is open.
Residence9 windows also use high quality hardware, including the choice of Monkeytail or Peardrop handles in brass, chrome, pewter patina or antique black. To further maintain a traditional look, you can add traditional butt hinges.
A conservation area is an area of specific architectural or historical interest, the character or appearance of which is desirable to preserve. Many of these areas rely on historic windows for much of their architectural character.
Article 4 is when a planning authority applies to restrict development rights in a conservation area. Replacement windows then need planning approval and conservation area consent.
Residence 9 windows were specifically designed to satisfy the requirements of window designs under Article 4, which means that in many cases they are being approved under planning consent.
Maintenance free composite window.
Replicates 19th Century Flush Sash Timber window.
90mm chamber ‚Ä' thermally efficient.
Foiled, easy clean rebates.
Georgian bar optional.
Authentic butt hinges options.
Double or triple glazing available.
13 heritage colours.
Considered for conservation areas.
10 year guarantee.