Inspiration and advice for your building project
The most important decision facing window buyers is which material to choose. Mark Brinkley considers the options and looks at style and glazing
How to strike the balance between architectural and thermal roles
We look at useful products to limit the vulnerability of your doors and windows.
Originally a feature of oak frame buildings in the 16-17th Century, the 'oriel' was revived by the Arts and Crafts movement and later evolved into a standard feature of many Edwardian homes. An oriel window can increase the size of a room cost...
Whatever its style, the key component that makes or breaks a traditional home’s exterior is its windows.
In this post Mark and Sonia's home takes a big step forward towards completion with the arrival and installation of the triple glazed windows.
Where a house’s windows are placed is often the number one influence over whether the whole building looks well designed and wrongly placed windows are often cited as a self-builder's biggest regret. Clive Fewins explains how to get this vital detail...