Though we have made more box frame sliding sash windows than we care to remember, we still delight in seeing the facade of an historic building restored to its original condition.
Examples of our previous work include windows and doors in numerous terraced houses in Saltaire model village as part of an English Heritage improvement scheme.
Box sash windows in Baildon Hall, and the Bronte birthplace in Thornton.
Tall arched windows in Chapel Fold, a large converted Methodist chapel in Oakworth.
More recently we have installed double glazed sliding sash windows to a number of inner city houses in the little Horton area of Bradford supported by Bradford council’s Housing and Health team.
We are currently restoring an elaborate glazed mahogany dividing screen to a commercial building in Leeds City centre.
We also offer a planning application service on behalf of our clients.This includes making all the necessary detailed drawings of the proposed work.