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When choosing sash windows for Firwood Hall, an exclusive new build home on the seven acre Firwood estate in Formby, quality Bygone Symphony windows were the best choice to complement the architectural style.

The eight bedroom Palladian style villa has stunning views of the surrounding dense woodland and dunes and features many iconic features.  Every element of this development was approached with the utmost attention to detail ensuring that the building is built to the highest standards and the sash window selection was no exception.

Over 100 Bygone Symphony PVC-U sash windows in elegant neoclassical Georgian proportions were professionally installed by Bygone Premier Partner John Knight Glass who has extensive experience delivering large high value projects.  All products selected for this prestigious building were chosen because they provided a perfect timber alternative whist offering all the advantages of low maintenance that is gained from using PVC-U.

Greg Knight, General Manager of John Knight Glass said “The project typified the level of service Masterframe offer their partners.  Throughout the entire process from initial quotation to order John Samuels and the team were fantastic and went to great lengths to meet the client’s expectations.  The Bygone Collection sash window is the only window system that a house of that quality deserves”.

Carol Slade, Managing Director of Masterframe Windows, manufacturers of the Bygone Collection adds “ We felt very privileged to supply sash windows for this stately building and are proud when we see the windows in-situ doing justice to the overall vision that the stakeholders had for the project.”

The Bygone Symphony sash windows were supplied with a full house of authentic features all with a 12 year guarantee:

  • White wood foil finish
  • Slim meeting rail
  • Full Georgian Layout 6 over 6
  • Continuous horns
  • Deep bottom rail
  • Staff bead trim
  • Exclusive Bygone chrome acorn furniture
  • Wood effect butt joints

Read more about John Knight Glass here