Case Studies

Elegant windows for a beautiful rural Idyll

‘We felt very secure about the quality of Jack Brunsdon’s work. We just can’t believe how good it looks.’

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Neo-Georgian splendour

Inspirational sash windows installation, showing neo-Georgian sash windows.

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Cottage in Shakespeare country

This gorgeous Warwickshire cottage has been given the final finishing touch of new windows from Jack Brunsdon that are perfectly in keeping with its conservation area surroundings...

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Beautiful Chilterns Home

The replacement of more than 30 windows in this modern property in Oxfordshire means the owners can now fully enjoy spectacular views across the rolling hills of the Chilterns...

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Authentic period windows for this property

The owners of this pretty Edwardian house fell for its honest charm, but knew the original sash windows would eventually need replacing...

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Quality that endures beautifully

The windows in this 250-year-old Hampshire cottage were replaced more than 15 years ago – but they still look as good today as they did when they were installed...

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Edwardian property is now the 'perfect family home'

The windows in this century-old Edwardian property badly needed replacing...

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Boults

The windows and doors on this beautiful cottage are in keeping with the traditional cottage design, but help to give it a modern feel at the same time.

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Victorian cottage transformed with box sash windows, sliding patio doors

This Victorian cottage is transformed with the installation of box sash windows, sliding patio doors and doors all in Grey.

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A case study: McDonald

Elegant sash windows with astragal squares and polished brass fittings are the perfect traditional finish to any home.

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Lovely new front door

Front doors keep our homes secure and cosy, they can look gorgeous and the very best ones close with a satisfying clunk. Estate agents will tell you a great front door gives your home ‘kerb appeal’. We say the right one makes your home look fab…

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Former coach house full of charm

This sympathetically converted former coach house is now complete with replacement wooden windows and doors from Jack Brunsdon & Son

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The Quality shines through

Replacement windows for this elegant former pub have reduced noise, improved insulation and made the property warmer – all while retaining the design aesthetic of the Victorian property...

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A case study: Wilhemy

A combination of flush casement windows and cottage casement windows painted in F&B Blue Gray perfectly complement the crisp finish of the beautiful home.

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Style and Beauty

The choice of front door style and colour can profoundly affect the aesthetic of your property. This lovely period house benefits from one that's ideal in both shade and design...

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Brighter, Airier, Perfect

Originally this house had dark-framed windows with leaded lights, but the owners decided to give it a makeover with wooden windows in a beautiful grey shade by Farrow & Ball.

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A colourful aspect

A fabulous sky blue finish adds character to the double-glazed wooden windows on this elegant Victorian property…

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A case study: Hollier-Turville

This picturesque home has been finished with timber alternative stormproof windows in cream wood and black monkeytail handles, as well as two doors in Oxford Clay (RAL 7002).

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A case study: Knight - Fulbrook

Aluminium windows, timber doors and timber windows in grey have all been installed in this beautiful farmhouse on the edge of The Cotswolds.

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A case study: Keil

This popular contemporary door style in London Grey, with sandblasted glass, vision panels and etched door number nicely complements this red brick home.

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Casson Taton

The owner of this home decided to order a beautiful set of bi-folding doors with five panels. The installation of bi-folding doors on one side of a room can dramatically open up a space and increase light levels.

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Timber alternatives in converted stable

What was the background to the project?

We live in an old converted stable in the village of Kidlington. We decided to replace the dark wooden framed windows and doors as they were old, ill-fitting, lacked security and were draughty.

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PVCu out Timber in

What was the background to the project?

We live in a 1950’s house with a modern extension in a village within the ring road. We always felt that the house had been let down by its PVC windows which whilst they were perfectly functional, did not add anything to the look or feel of the property.

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Slim windows for stone Cottages

We moved into the house just over a year ago and the windows that were
already in reminded me more of office windows than cottage windows. They
were poorly double glazed wooden casement windows with dark wood which
were ill fitting and difficult to open.

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Sensitive replacement...

What was the background to the project?

Our existing sash windows were very old, rattled in bad weather and were in need of sensitive replacement.

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