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Posted: 27 October 2020
A Victorian property in Dulwich, London designed by John Whichcord Jr an English architect and designer of The Grand Hotel Brighton) in 1856 has been renovated to a very high standard and brought back to life. Lomax + Wood Limited supplied and fitted high performance, double glazed, made-to-order timber box sash windows.
Posted: 10 September 2020
An exceptional Berkshire new build has been enhanced by incorporating made-to-order timber windows and doors from Lomax + Wood Limited. The main window used is the timber spring balanced sash window. A key feature for the developer was that Lomax + Wood offers a complete service from design all the way through to installation.
Posted: 24 June 2020
High performance made-to-order timber box sash and weights were supplied, by Lomax + Wood, to this refurbishment of a former Victorian tea warehouse near to the Old Street Roundabout in central London.
Posted: 24 February 2020
Lomax + Wood offer a complete service with a range of made-to-order or bespoke timber sash windows, casement, doors and roof lanterns. Installation or supply only is available but both building professionals and private customers look first for the supply and fit service for their timber windows as this ensures there is only one point of contact.
Posted: 05 February 2020
Lomax + Wood have supplied and fitted made-to-order timber windows to this imposing Victorian building in Braintree, Essex.
Posted: 18 December 2018
A luxury new development of a former John Lewis building has been enhanced by the supply and installation of the UK’s premium timber window and door brand.
Posted: 15 March 2017
Lomax + Wood were asked to contribute to Essex Life’s ‘Ask An Expert’ feature, sharing their expertise on choosing timber for windows and doors.
Posted: 02 December 2016
Lomax + Wood Limited provide premium quality timber windows and doors, all of which are made-to-order to suit the style and period of property they are for. Based in Essex the company supplies and fits for private homeowners, developers and contractors across London and the home counties.
Posted: 19 July 2016
A variety of installation services are available from Lomax + Wood which are dependent on the type of customer and their specific requirements. These services are available for private individuals and developers, on either new-build or refurbishment projects.
Posted: 17 May 2016
High performance, made-to-order wooden windows and doors have been specified by a leading London-based property developer who has again chosen Lomax + Wood for their most recent project in Wimbledon, South West London.
Posted: 08 February 2016
Lomax + Wood were asked to contribute to ‘Show House’ an industry magazine targeting top end developers.
Posted: 07 October 2015
Lomax + Wood were asked to contribute to ‘Show House’ an industry magazine targeting top end developers. The questions asked covered a range of topics including timber fire windows, security and what are the most popular styles of timber windows and doors from our made-to-order range.
Posted: 15 April 2014
Have a look at the progress taking place in the ‘Suburb’. Following the wettest winter on record, contractors on this project have had their work cut out to keep the property safe. Even so the substantial internal and external makeover will soon be watertight when windows and doors by Lomax + Wood arrive on site.
Posted: 24 January 2014
Lomax + Wood is the first manufacturer to pass the post in achieving a U-value of 1.1 W/m²K for the Kensington & Chelsea timber sliding sash window. This applies to both traditional weights and pulleys, and spring balance forms of operation. The Kensington & Chelsea flush and stormproof casements achieve a U-value measurement of 1.2 W/m²K, while Kensington & Chelsea French doors perform with a highly satisfactory 1.4 W/m²K. In-house designers at Lomax + Wood continue to work on achieving even better performance.
Posted: 25 September 2013
"My local Planner/Conservation officer has turned down our timber window replacement application on the basis of the manufacturer using Swedish joints. What’s the problem with these?"
Posted: 17 September 2013
I would argue it is possible to produce double glazed period timber sash windows that would be appropriate in many historic buildings. It is possible for example to use high quality, antique style glass, which is designed to recreate the wavy reflection of traditional handblown crown and cylinder glass. Float glass is seen as perfectly flat, uniform with an unblemished appearance, which, to purist conservationists, does little to contribute to the visual character of a period building. This antique glass in combination with carefully designed timber windows, without modern joints produces elegant period sight lines in keeping with historic buildings. Also an internally glazed window negates the need for glazing beads externally, thus reproducing traditional putty sightlines.
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