Knock-outs and Brick-ups

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Brick-ups

Ever thought wouldn't it be great to put the kitchen sink under the window, but the window goes all the way to the floor?

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The Design

Having a centre opening window allows you to use the opening as a servery.

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The Finish

You can even have the worktop fit flush into the window opening for that flow through look.

Knock-outs

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Blank Wall

Have a wall with no window in it?

Would like to let in more light to a dark room?

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Let the sun shine

By inserting a window into a blank wall you can let in light and improve the look of the property

Windows to Doors

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Room Access

If want to access to you patio from another room or perhaps you would like to walk out of you En-Suite to have a shower on the decking?

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Knock-Out

By taking out the lower wall, or even just part of the lower wall you can turn a window into a door, or a combination of the two.

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The Finish

Where ever possible we try to match the inside and outside finish of the property.

This was a glass block window turned into a hinged door with side Louvre window fitted with a flyscreen.