Fine timber windows and doors designed and manufactured by award-winning Mumford & Wood, have been incorporated in The English Glasshouse exhibit at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The company’s first entre to this quintessentially British summer event, The English Glasshouse was awarded a Certificate of Merit for outstanding presentation.
The stunning two-tier timber orangery, showcasing a designer kitchen complete with working AGA cooker and a relaxing sitting room framed with a beautiful garden, was designed by The English Glasshouse, a member of The Performance Window Group, and sister company of Mumford & Wood. “This award is the highest achievement possible by a trade exhibitor and is a tribute to the supreme effort made by the entire team and to the peerless design and quality of the products in this beautiful building,” says Chris Brunsdon, Director, The Performance Window Group.
Conservation™ sliding sash windows, light-providing clerostory and gothic-style glazing from the Mumford & Wood Garden Room collection ensure dynamic and authentic aesthetics while providing the thermal efficiency of energy rated products and high performance sealed units that will reduce solar gain by up to 78% ensuring that the room is comfortable, whatever the weather.
Bespoke windows and doors by Mumford & Wood are made from premium clear-grade engineered timber, that will not warp or twist, and can be incorporated into garden rooms, conservatories and pool houses, as well as throughout the entire home in new build or refurbishment projects, providing a seamless and coordinated appearance. Mumford & Wood Conservation™ windows and doors are BSI Kitemark and Energy Saving Trust accredited.“These beautiful buildings, that will change the way you live, are designed with meticulous care, skill and craftsmanship, and to the same high standards as all products in the Mumford & Wood range,” says Chris Brunsdon. “Mumford & Wood will handle these intricate projects from initial design concept with working drawings through to site delivery on a supply-only basis for total cost control.”