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Tower Business Park, Kelvedon Road, Tiptree, United Kingdom, CO5 0LX
At Mumford & Wood we have 70 years experience creating Britain’s finest timber windows and doors for commercial and residential projects. Using traditional craftsmanship skills and cutting-edge technology, our Timber Windows & Doors are British made, at our own UK factory. This ensures comprehensive quality control at every stage of production, so you can be assured that nothing will leave... Read more.Add to bundle (8)
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Box sash window which uses cords, weights and pulleys to counter balance the sashes in the traditional way with the weights housed in a ‘box’.
Flush faced timber casement window providing outstanding performance with a range of styles.
Timber entrance doors classically styled with wide timber sections, creating the appearance and feel of traditional grand entrance doors.
Timber bi-fold doors available up to 5.9 m wide and 3 m high. The doors can enhance the enjoyment of a garden by bringing the outside in.
Windows offering a clear opening without a mullion divide.
Traditionally styled timber French doors providing outstanding high security performance and equipped with multi point locking systems which are Secured by Design accredited.
Traditionally styled timber single doors providing outstanding high security performance and equipped with multi point locking systems which are Secured by Design accredited.
A modern day alternative of the classic box sash window, using a spring loaded mechanism instead of the cords, weights and pulleys found in a traditional sash window.
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