Residence 9 is a premium window system designed to replicate the 19th Century Flush Sash Timber Window. It can be considered for use in Conservation Areas due to its authentic appearance. This authentic design is also appealing to any homeowner who wants a top end luxury window brand.
Looks Like Wood and Outperforms Wood
Residence 9 is manufactured from a modern composite material to give a virtually maintenance free finish. Only available in heritage colours, the “easy clean rebates” are also foiled in the same finish, which means that the high end, maintenance free appearance is maintained when the window is open. Residence 9 is truly a luxury, top end window system and can also be incorporated into fabulous French, Residential and Composite doors and elegant Orangeries and Garden Rooms from the Eclectic Brand which is renowned for its Boutique Window Systems.
A combination of design innovation and technological advancement is how Residence 9 outperforms many other systems. It can accommodate triple or double, highly efficient glazed units with market leading thermal and acoustic performance. It achieved one of the highest classifications on the British standard weather test due to its robust design, and has the optional steel reinforcements if required to obtain the maximum sizes to create grand entrance screens through to exceptional bays.
Your Residence 9 windows, doors and orangeries are not only stylish, they will withstand the test of time too. They include state of the art design features and champion British craftsmanship using time honoured traditions and modern manufacturing processes. With a range of splendid styles and configurations, Residence 9 allows you to create an individual design statement for your home. Choose from a vast colour palette and a series of decorative options to truly personalise your Residence 9.
As approved installers we are your local Residence 9 experts so please call us on 01566 773777, email us via firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in and see us at Unit 4B on Pennygillam Way on the Pennygillam Industrial Estate in Launceston.