Crossfield House is a 1960’s modernist classic. The dwelling was constructed as a softwood frame on a concrete base and had vast areas of single glazed windows. Unsurprisingly it suffered massive heat loss in winter and heat gains in summer.
The owners chose to retain what could be salvaged from the original structure and build and extend on this. The windows were replaced with double glazed and walls and roofs insulated to modern standards. The dwelling was then extended in length for an additional bedroom, fitness room and large double garage.