Thanks Sophie. At the moment I was wanting to find out if such a thing existed. Given that it looks like there may not be an off the shelf product, we'll talk to our builder.
You need a traditional panelled solid wood door - factory-finished.
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depending on the aperture available, how about hung barn doors? Difficult to say what will work without a picture of the walls, space, style of decor?
It's a real shame when people replace wooden sash windows with upvc. As Jonathan says check with the freeholder & if budget permits replace with wooden sashes.
Never heard of it, thank you!!
It sounds like it might be worth getting some pre-application advice (ring your local planning office) before you go to the expense of having drawings done and doing a full application. Because the door faces on to the rear garden the planning department may be happy for you to do this without needing planning permission. Unfortunately this is hard to predict as it is very much at the discretion of your local council and isn't uniform across the country. Good luck with it.
As we are in a conservation area I am assuming we needed planning permission for alterations at the rear?
Will need to check then, thanks!
Hi there! Always liked before and after shots. It is a good example of the power of effective design and quality craftsmanship! It's a wholenew space.
Hi Shazadi, lots of window companies will offer a supply only service where they will make the windows for you and send them up and you arrange the fitting with a local installer. That way you can use a company to fabricate the that isn't necessarily in your area. A good company should be able to advise you on the design of the windows and what will suit your house most. Don't discount timber windows too quickly however, there have been a lot of innovations in the area and they are carbon neutral, very thermally insulating and with the right paint work or finish can last for a long time without much maintenance.
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