DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS IN CONVERTED CHAPEL
A converted chapel near Newcastle-upon-Tyne needed new double-glazed timber windows each one shaped to the original stone arch. Ventilation was provided by a top-hung opening sash in the lower third of each window. We made these from engineered Redwood, finished in a rich translucent stain coating.
Timber casement windows such as these still demand quite a lot of skilled joinery work to create the individual arches from a template taken on site. The arch is made from a series of straight pieced individually machined and hand-jointed which are then shaped by hand and eye by a skilled and experienced craftsman in the joinery shop.