STUNNING GRADE II GEORGIAN PROPERTY IN HILLSBOROUGH
This 18th Century grade II listed Georgian style building situated in Sheffield is of the oldest in the area. When it was first converted into spacious apartments, only 10 years earlier, poor quality, single glazed softwood sash windows were installed and they were already leaking and suffering from rot. Our brief was to replace these like-for-like but to as high a specification as the local Building Conservation Officers would allow.
So we turned to our partners at George Barnsdale to supply the very best sash windows with traditional pulleys, weights and cords, narrow solid glazing bars and individual panes of 'Heritage' double-glazed units fixed with butyl putty. The windows were made in Grandis hardwood with accoya linings.
Naturally, Listed Building Consent had so be sought, for which we supplied scale drawings of the windows but the installation itself went very well indeed. What a lovely job.