It's All Scon Clotted Cream In Conservation

Conservation Cream windows

Do you pronounce it scone or scon? Do you put the jam on first or second? Would you choose Clotted Cream coloured windows and doors? One homeowner did just that.

A Grained White internal finish was specified to keep things neutral, featuring polished chrome pear drop handles and black butt hinges. The front elevation of the house also featured Georgian bars to the windows, in keeping with the requirements from the local planning officer.


 “We’re so happy with the new windows and I would and have recommended The Residence Collection to friends. I have no doubt that they are a quality product and will be here for years to come.”

– Ramsey Singh 

Homeowner, Staffordshire


Better than timber

“We hope to use R9 in another upcoming project which will be starting soon, a full restoration of an 1856 farmhouse in 250 acres of land,” continued Singh.

Sarah Hitchings, Sales & Marketing Director of The Residence Collection added: “This is yet another wonderful example of our windows and doors gracing properties in conservation areas. Planners love the windows as do the homeowners who enjoy them and with the many benefits over timber, including better energy efficiency, sound insulation and the fact that they require little maintenance.”

Picture:  Conservation Cream From The Residence Collection.


Article written by Cathryn Ellis
18th December 2020


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