Debden Hollow

 
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 Discreetly nestled away in the heart of Warwickshire, Debden Hollow has recently been given a new lease of life thanks to a major redevelopment. Situated on the banks of the river Avon, the £1.6 million property consists of over four acres and is partly Grade II Listed which gave TSG fresh challenges in meeting the strict conditions imposed on the design and installation of the property’s new Aluminium windows and doors.
 
On-site Manager Alan Castano, who was charged with overseeing all TSG activity on site explains:
 
 “The vast majority of the building’s fenestration was to be replaced which involved several designs including Combination frames, Patio sliders, angled, and reverse angled frames. Not to mention a six and a half metre Folding door system which we had to ensure complimented the first floor façade. 
 
Due to the building’s Listed status we had to ensure the first floor dining and kitchen area were replaced like for like, which involved the installation of patio sliders and large areas of fixed glazing. This framework was positioned between the roof’s existing steel supports, then internally cladded with powder coated aluminium, resulting in a flush and continuous finish.
 
The new (and unrestricted) ground floor lounge area was able to receive some contemporary flair. No better way at achieving this than installing a six and half metre Folding door system! On the day of installation, seven Operatives were on site to carefully offer and secure the frame into position. Once glazed and sealed, the doors glided open as smoothly as a two door Bi-fold.
 
All in all, TSG spent approximately twenty days on site installing the new fenestration, as well as other works which included window filming, replacement glazing and shower screen and mirror installations.Thanks to the precise and exact job our Surveyors carried out, along with the professional conduct of our Operatives throughout the work’s duration, I am pleased to have been involved in such a diverse and challenging contract.”
       

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