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To manufacture and install two new cast iron diamond pattern iron windows each with an opening light to replicate the remaining originals and to restore the wrought iron balustrades.
Replication, New Build
We designed and manufactured two new cast iron windows complete with opening lights, to return the building to its original appearance.
We carried out extensive off site repairs, reglazing and reinstatement of a number of large iron windows.
New cast iron windows complete with brass furniture, all replicating the originals.
We restored and reglazed two cast iron windows each measuring approx. 2m high x 1m wide.
Restoration of Iron Framed Windows and Leaded Lights.
The window frames at this GdII listed building were cleaned back to bare metal and then repainted.
Survey of steel windows in this GdII listed café designed by Clough William Ellis, creator of the famous Welsh village of Portmeirion.
Cast iron window frames of a cottage property replicated for repairs and a new matching extension.