The Residence Collection
The Residence Collection brings together a suite of premium window and door systems, designed and made in Great Britain. A combination of design, innovation and technological advancement is how Residence outperforms many other systems and with it’s highly efficient market leading thermal and acoustic performance it is perfect for all types of architectural glazing projects.
As well as offering a stunning range of windows, the Residence door collection can be incorporated into french, residential and composite doors as well as orangeries and garden rooms. The advantages of the Residence Collection include:
- Range of luxury colour finishes
- Maintenance free material
- Exclusive window furniture
- A++ Energy Rating
- 0.8 U-value
Residence 9 is a window and door system designed to authentically replicate 19th Century timber designs. The traditionally elegant flush exterior and stylish decorative interior create that classic aesthetic whilst the modern high-performance material means virtually maintenance free windows and doors require no painting or staining. It has many bespoke options that can satisfy a range of homes from the grandeur of stately homes, to the solid good looks of Georgian and Victorian, right through to the present day.
Elegantly flush sash exterior and interior gives the R7 its chic modern appearance and versatility to be used for both contemporary new builds and traditional British homes alike. All glass sight-lines are perfectly equal providing symmetry for a timeless kerbside appeal.
Residence 7 has 7 chambers and is 75mm wide, resulting in superior thermal, acoustic, strength and security performance. Designed to accommodate ‘energy efficient glazing’ this term is used to describe double glazing or triple glazing used in modern windows. Residence 7 has options for 28mm double glazing or 44mm triple glazing.
Windows for Conservation Areas
During their design Residence studied historical design and considered conservation guidelines, which they authentically replicate with the traditional timber sight lines.