Period-style timber windows and doors from Mumford & Wood’s Conservation range have been specified for a Victorian-style new-build town house in Weybridge, Surrey.


Bi-fold and sliding doors are used on the rear facade, which the company says ensures the interior has maximum light and space.

Various opening configurations, from two to seven leaf (maximum 2,600mm high x 5,700mm wide) apertures, are available in the Conservation bi-fold range.

Double-glazed Victorian Conservation sash windows and semi-circular sliders have been used throughout the property, which the firm says provides a whole frame U-value of 1.4W/m2K.

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