THIS NORTH YORKSHIRE PUB LOOKS BACK IN TIME
Our customer wanted new windows to his pub but to "match the originals". This photo from many years ago shows the Wheatsheaf Inn in Borrowby, North Yorkshire, between Thirsk and Darlington.
Over the years the original sliding sash windows had been changed - either replaced or repaired leaving a mixture of styles but all of them practically falling out.
Being Grade II listed meant that we had to work closely with the local planning office to ensure the proposed windows met the relevant planning conditions and also the customers' expectations.
We installed Heritage timber sash windows with weights pulleys and cords, complete with single glazing and all factory spray-painted for a long-lasting finish.