Do you live in a listed building and subscribe to the Listed Heritage magazine? If the answer is yes, look out for our case study on pages 79 and 80 of the May/June double glazing special.
The article shows a case study of work that we carried out installing replacement heritage double glazed timber windows in a listed building in Berkshire.
While generally most listed buildings are required to have single glazed windows, sometimes double glazing will be approved. The Sash Window Workshop’s heritage double glazing uses a slim profile double glazed unit, which is designed to appear like single glazed windows, meaning that it will sometimes be approved for use in listed buildings.
At The Sash Window Workshop we have extensive experience working on listed buildings and understand the importance of paying high attention to detail to ensure that listed building requirements are complied to. We can also provide drawings to assist with the planning application once the order has been placed with us.
If your windows do not require replacing, we also offer a range of repair services, including our draught proofing and overhaul service.