Case Studies – Perfect Choice Portfolio

This section of case studies will help you, our prospective clients, see for yourself the work we’ve completed. What we do, how we work and the diversity of our projects.

 

What Does Bespoke Really Mean?

Our clients choices are diverse, as are the reasons for their choice of products. Its not all about rotting frames, we will see through the Studies why our customers upgraded to make a Perfect Choice for their home. So whatever has motivated our clients, whether its maintenance, aesthetics, warmth or all three we will see in this journey.

 

One of the other things you’ll notice is how we work with our customers to achieve their vision not ours. Each home has its unique aspects which have required we go that extra mile, often in the design stage and fitting.

 

So if you have an idea for your home but haven’t seen it elsewhere please give us a call. One of our designers will discuss the possibilities with you. You can be assured of the quality of our work by browsing through these projects, knowing that we work closely with our clients to achieve just what they want.

 

Enjoy browsing, let it inspire you for your own project.

 


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A Case Study in Black Aluminium

Properties come in all shapes and sizes and from many different era’s. In this case study we’re looking at a 1940’s dormer bungalow.

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A Case Study – Mr Weavers Orangery

The Orangery Mr & Mrs Weaver have recently purchased this new build home. They already had ideas about opening up the space to let more light in. They had even purchased gorgeous gloss tiles ready to reflect the light through the house (see photos). Mr Weaver was planning to do it himself, having already put…

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A Case Study in Irish Oak

Mr & Mrs Picket Irish Oak Installation This is a lovely example of how a large cottage with very tired windows can be transformed. As you will see from the images below the old windows had got to a stage where nothing was going to stick to them for long. No stain or paint was…