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Definately Our most unusual installation so far.

Fitted to an old Bread delivery lorry, now converted to a fabulous self contained Holiday let, we were asked to add a window virtically to provide ventilation as leaving the pation doors open was not an option and the fully insulated and decorated interior roof could not be cut through.

 

 

Here is an installation of Four Windows fitted to a Monster of a Cabin. Due to panning restrictions no other windows were alowed to be fitted in any of the side elevations, so roof windows were the only alternative.

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

 

 

Here is an installation of a window in a small storage workshop which has no windows in the sides.

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

 

 

Here is an installation of two windows in a small Summer House

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

 

 

Here is an installation of a window in a small workshop

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

 

 

Here is an installation of a window fitted to a 90mm insulated roof

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

 

 

Here is an installation with Two windows fitted to a Workshop

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

 

 

Here is an installation with a single window fitted to a Beach Hut

 

With no windows in the side, this single window makes all the difference

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

 

 

Here is an installation with Two windows fitted to a Log Cabin.

 

The building is at the bottom of a very large garden and therfore has no electric.

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

Here is an installation with Two windows fitted to a Workshop building.

 

The customer will be fitting this out with work benches below the windows for as much natural light over his work station

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

Here is an installation with four windows fitted to a dutch barn building.

 

The customer will be using this as an art studio and required as much natural light as possible whilst allowing for ventillation in the height of the summer.

 

These photo's are original and un-edited.

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