Welford House, Blackmore
Welford House is an exceptional Georgian-style property situated in Blackmore, Essex. The home has been thoughtfully updated to provide a seamless blend of classic elegance and modern comfort. We installed top-of-the-line Smart Alitherm Windows and Duraflex waterproofing to ensure the utmost quality and durability. A stunning Korniche roof lantern and bespoke timber French doors have also been added to enhance the overall beauty and functionality of the home. These updates provide abundant natural light, a welcoming entryway, and seamless indoor-outdoor living spaces. Welford House truly embodies the timeless sophistication of the Georgian era while offering all the modern conveniences of today’s luxury living.
The first step is to get in touch to arrange a visit to our Hutton showroom or download our brochure to browse our comprehensive range of bifolding doors. Whether you’re looking for inspiration or have a full vision of the fittings and hardware you’d like in your home, we’ll guide you through the process, from initial quotation, contract and planning to manufacture and installation – complete with FENSA certification and 7-year guarantee.
Our very own factory in Essex is the home of our architecture and glass design. We’ve honed our design and manufacturing skills over many years and are proud to create some of the most beautiful and functional glass features which enhance the most prestigious homes in the UK. And because we manufacture our own products, we have complete quality control over your bespoke orders and projects.
Not only do we manufacture our own glass and glazing products, but we are proud to work with carefully chosen suppliers whose quality, values and range complements ours. It’s all included in the service; we’ll source the window or door systems for you, as well as installing and managing the full process.
Our TrustPilot reviews will tell you all you need to know about our installation service. Professional, friendly, efficient and experienced, our team are second to none, treating each installation project as if it were their own.
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