Phantom provide screens for listed building
Phantom Screens has always been happy to assist architects and building contractors with their client's screening needs. We recently worked with Adam Cloote on a beautiful restoration and conversion of a 17th Century grade I listed building located in rural Kent.
The grade I building is an important part of English heritage, built just after the restoration period when the monarchy was restored, it's a shining example of the importance and quality of the commonwealth period and a beautiful rarity in the Kent countryside.
The client required discreet fly screens for their doors and custom-built sash windows to provide protection from insects and help ventilation. Adam Cloote of Adam Cloote's Associates in Bath who was in charge of the project recognised the versatility of Phantom Fly Screens with the assistance of our architect specifications.
At least one window was required to be protected in each of the principal rooms in a way that was integral to the operation of the joinery, aesthetically inconspicuous but with minimal intervention to historic fabric and to be fully reversible.
When the top sash is lowered the fly mesh comes with it, held in place by our standard guide channels fitted in the place of parting beads. When the sash is raised again, the mesh automatically rewinds onto the concealed roller and out of sight.
For the outward opening kitchen door, our Phantom Door Screen was fitted with the low profile casing being set within the joinery so it is completely hidden when not in use.
"Phantom Screens provided an excellent service with design development and installation, to provide effective and discreet protection from flies and other insects in the windows and an external kitchen door to this important Grade 1 listed building". Adam Cloote
To contact Adam Cloote email email@example.com
If you are an architect or would like your architect to fit Phantom Fly Screens to your project call 01778 560070.