Timber Fire Doors for Period Properties – Fire Door Safety Week 2019

In the last few months we have seen a significant increase in requests for certified fire doors for period buildings and mansion blocks – traditional timber fire doors that are able [...]

September 24th, 2019|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Draught proofing, French doors, Front doors, Listed buildings, News, Timber doors|Comments Off on Timber Fire Doors for Period Properties – Fire Door Safety Week 2019

Replacing & restoring French doors on Listed buildings

French doors are often a classic and key feature of many listed buildings and conservation properties – and need sensitive restoration work to repair and replace them without jeopardising the original [...]

April 18th, 2019|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, French doors, Listed buildings|Comments Off on Replacing & restoring French doors on Listed buildings

Contemporary timber fire doors in Kensington & Chelsea

As part of our restoration work on an elegant Conservation property in Notting Hill, London, we fitted our certified timber fire doors in the interior of the Victorian building. [...]

January 31st, 2019|Case Studies, Conservation areas, French doors, Front doors, London|Comments Off on Contemporary timber fire doors in Kensington & Chelsea

Best glass options to double glaze sash windows

There are various things to consider when choosing the type of glass for your double glazed sash windows – particularly around the final look and style of the window, as well [...]

August 2nd, 2018|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Double glazing, Listed buildings, Sash windows|Comments Off on Best glass options to double glaze sash windows

The benefits of real wooden sash windows versus uPVC timber effect

When it comes to choosing wooden sash windows or uPVC windows for your period property, there are various things you need to consider. 1. Sash window design Firstly, high quality wooden [...]

May 9th, 2018|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Double glazing, Listed buildings, Sash windows|Comments Off on The benefits of real wooden sash windows versus uPVC timber effect

Why the depth of the sash window frame is so important

  Many standard design sash windows have thick frames, often up to 174mm thick. This is far thicker than the sash window frame would have been when it was originally made, [...]

February 1st, 2018|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Listed buildings, Sash windows|Comments Off on Why the depth of the sash window frame is so important

Sash window hardware: choosing ironmongery for your sash windows

Classic sash window hardware hasn’t changed much throughout the various eras, whether that’s on Edwardian, Victorian or Georgian sash windows. But there are still a few things to consider when choosing [...]

December 20th, 2017|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Listed buildings, Sash windows, Timber windows|Comments Off on Sash window hardware: choosing ironmongery for your sash windows

Glazing options for period windows and doors

At Timbawood we pride ourselves in offering our clients a vast range of options for glazing period windows and doors, whether that is within our timber box sash windows, casement windows, [...]

November 30th, 2017|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Double glazing, Listed buildings, Sash windows, Timber doors, Timber windows|Comments Off on Glazing options for period windows and doors

Period Front Doors: Panels & Mouldings

Period front doors throughout the ages, from Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian through to more modern styles, are notable for their elegant panel and moulding designs which give a door depth, shape [...]

November 3rd, 2017|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Front doors, Listed buildings, News, Timber doors|Comments Off on Period Front Doors: Panels & Mouldings

Choosing colours for Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian front doors

Choosing a distinctive colour for your period front door is a great way to personalise your home without needing to alter the façade of your property. It can make an inviting [...]

September 5th, 2017|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Front doors, Listed buildings, Timber doors|Comments Off on Choosing colours for Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian front doors