Many properties in our cities were built with sash windows at street level and flush casements in the upper floors and rear elevations. These windows were usually tall and grand. Residence 9 is designed for this application and can be manufactured in sizes and styles to replicate the originals. Your Residence 9 windows will have deep ornate detailing to the inside, flush sash to the outside and can be fitted with period hardware such as handles and peg stays. Georgian Bar Latticework to the glass can be replicated using our bespoke sections.
Our bespoke sections are hand applied by Craftsmen to create the traditional Georgian Latticework found in Period Townhouses. The mouldings exactly replicate the deep decorative detailing inside and the chamfered putty line outside.
Period houses often had bay windows. There were grand entrances to the front and Garden Rooms to the rear. You can authentically recreate these cornerposts and joints with your Residence 9 installation. If your house is from the 1930’s, then we can recreate your period bay windows. Our detailing is authentic.
In the 19th Century the window designs had a Flush Sash. This photograph shows the Residence 9 Flush Sash appearance from the outside. Note the traditional Butt Joints where the sections are joined. This can only be achieved with Craftsmen and not with automated machinery and this technology is unique to Residence 9!