New 'Style Guide' By Mumford & Wood

Mumford & Wood, the award winning manufacturer of inspirational timber windows and doors, has released a new Style Guide brochure targeting architects, project managers, developers and home owners.  This must-see brochure is a collection of the most beautiful projects in which Mumford & Wood’s products have been specified.


Every product in the bespoke Conservation™ range, which includes traditional and contemporary- style fenestration, is featured in the Style Guide together with a collection of recent project images.  There are also portfolio pages on special shape windows and fixed glazing, prestigious private developments and interesting commercial projects.


“From double glazed Conservation™ sash windows and coordinating casements to the single glazed historic box sash, to fabulous French doorsets, entrance doors and bi-fold doors, we have a magnificent selection of projects to share that we know will inspire designers and property owners,” says Tom Barfield, sales director, Mumford & Wood.  “While aesthetics and Wow! factor are paramount, we never under estimate the importance of the timber we use, the technical merit of our designs and manufacturing methods, and the importance of our actions on the environment.”

 

Mumford & Wood’s double glazed Conservation™ products are made to the exacting criteria of the British Woodworking Federation’s Timber Window Accreditation Scheme and are rated A+ in the BRE Green Guide to Specification.  U-values exceed the requirements of the recent changes to Part L Building Regulations and using the new British Board of Agrément/British Woodworking Federation’s  software tool in compliance with BS EN ISO 10077-1:2006, the Conservation™ box sash achieves an industry leading U-value of 1.1W/m²K.  These fully factory finished products are BSI Window Energy Rated, carry the BSI Kitemark of distinction, are Energy Saving Trust listed and many meet PAS21 Secured by Design accreditation.

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