This customer had original single glazed draughty wooden windows and wanted new double glazed windows but wanted to keep the same style. We recommended that they had their new windows made from Accoya as they did not know what timber they wanted but wanted something that would last and would not need much maintenance. The […]
This customer in Harpenden contacted us regarding refurbishing his 21 sliding sash windows as they had been fitted with secondary glazing which meant they could not open the windows and they thought that the secondary glazing was old and did not look great. After a site survey the customer asked us if it would be […]
This customer already had sliding sash windows – made from Idigbo fitted around 20 years ago but they were now getting dated and because of the single glazing and the lack of draught proofing it was making the rooms very cold. So they contacted us for new windows but after a site survey we could […]
The Great Warford Baptist Chapel was founded in 1642, therefore is a listed building, which means any changes to the building have to be replicated exactly. So when the church wanted a small extension they had to get new windows which matched the originals exactly. This meant they all had to be single glazed and putty […]
This customer approached us when he was extending the back of his house, giving himself a bigger kitchen. They wanted to let maximum light in through the back wall of the build but also achieve maximum ventilation if needed, therefore he came to us with the drawings for two banks of three sliding sash windows […]
This bay with stone mullions had standard uPVC windows and the owners wanted to go back to the original design. So we manufactured and installed timber arched headed sliding sash sash windows, made from Acoyya, and professionally sprayed in Farrow and Ball lime white, which brightened up the room and gave a traditional look […]
Formally a public house, a local firm bought the property to convert into offices and were keen to use local tradesman to renovate the building. We were recommended by a local UPVC window and door company as they wanted to keep to retain all the original external features. To do this we copied the existing […]
This customer required a window for a barn conversion project. It could not be made by a large company that were manufacturing the rest of the windows for the project, therefore we had to manufacture this from Accoya and have it sprayed in a matching colour.