Edge Frameless are specialists in the creation of stunning contemporary buildings and extensions based around the benefits of structural frameless glazing and virtually frameless doors, namely a purer look, designed to let more light in and to give uninterrupted views out.
Our design team and experienced structural engineers work together to create modern, comfortable living spaces that are both practical, and a joy to live in, as well as giving a definite wow factor.
Utilising the latest building technologies and
expertise means that we can produce robust,
well engineered buildings that will perform
for years with very little ongoing
maintenance, giving you tomorrow's
From our offices in Bournemouth, Oxford and Manchester, Edge Frameless can provide a full, in-house service to our clients throughout the UK. From initial design concepts to planning permission and from building regulations to installation to project management – we can take care of everything, under one roof, with complete peace of mind for the client.
Our clients receive many benefits, including free deposit protection insurance and an insurance backed guarantee
on the work.
Our initial design consultation is free of charge
and will usually include drawings and detailed
costings as part of the process.
Both English Heritage and local authority Conservation Officers will often recommend that 'glass box' extensions are used when extending out from a Listed Building. A glass addition that is architecturally modern, and has a minimal impact upon the host building, will often be viewed more favourably than a traditional extension or Victorian style conservatory.
Once acclimatized to the idea, and having seen the end result,
our clients have been delighted with our contemporary additions
to their historic homes.
At Edge, we are confident that the proposed development
to your listed building will gain consent from the local
authority. If we can't get permission, a 'no win,
one small fee' to the local authority of £172 is all
that's required to move forwards and continue
with the project.