Residence 9 is a new 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. It can accommodate 28mm double or 44mm triple glazing with market leading thermal and acoustic performance. It achieved one of the highest classifications on weather test due to its robust design. It is hand finished and made by craftsmen. 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 Orangeries and Garden Rooms from the Eclectic Brand which is renowned for its Boutique Window Systems. Beautiful French and Residential Doors are also available.
You can personalise your Residence 9 windows with a choice of handles. The Monkeytail and Peardrop designs were popular designs of the period. If your room is more contemporary you can also specify more modern finishes like Chrome, Brass or a Gorgeous Pewter Patina
Old timber windows often had a raised moulding that ran horizontally across the transom. This bar looked distinctive and gave the window depth and character. Its function was to shed dripping water and to increase the strength. That’s why we recreated the feature with Residence 9.
With your Residence 9 window, you can specify traditional Butt Hinges to maintain original features. Modern windows often lack this character as the hinges are hidden. The authentic ironmongery is crucial to maintaining an authentic kerbside appearance.
17th Century windows were oak and left unpainted. 19th Century windows however were always painted. Staining was not a traditional finish. Residence 9 is available in a choice of oak finishes and traditional paint colours. Our “Grained White” is really popular but if it is too crisp, try our “Clotted Cream” or unique “Cotswold Biscuit” finish. Our recent additions of Painswick and Corse Lawn are absolutely stunning or why not take a look at our Elegant new additions of Golden Oak and Rosewood.
Colours can be mixed for example you could have “Cotswold Biscuit” on the outside but an “Irish Oak” finish to the inside, if it matched you kitchen décor for example. Experiment… if your windows are green but that doesn’t match your bedroom décor, then go for green outside, white inside! Or black frames and white sashes for that Tudor cottage style?
Brighton Trade Windows,
Unit 5, Woodingdean Business Park,