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These windows were fitted just before Christmas in Herne bay but the scaffolding has only recently come down. The windows had to go through local planning as they are in a conservation area under article four. This took about three months before it was granted. The windows had been changed about twenty years ago and were not in keeping with the original style. This UPVC Victorian style windows are an exact replica of the original windows and look so much better with the added benefit of low maintenance and double glazing. These windows are A rated which will help to keep more heat in and help to reduce any condensation.
The building has been renovated by a local property developer who has converted the top two floors into flats and a shop below. There were 15 windows replaced in total with complete box sash rip outs and two doors at street level. A fire window was fitted in the hall way to let smoke escape in the event of a fire. This automatically opens up if smoke is detected.
The whole job took 7 days from start to finish