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Bespoke Joinery and Sash and Case Windows in Glasgow & Lanarkshire



The city of Glasgow, Scotland is particularly noted for its 19th-century Victorian architecture and the early-20th-century “Glasgow Style”, as developed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Many of the city’s buildings were built with red or blond sandstone, but during the industrial era, those colours disappeared under a pervasive black layer of soot and pollutants from the furnaces until the Clean Air Act was introduced in 1956. In recent years, many of these buildings have been cleaned and restored to their original appearance.

Sash and Case windows in Glasgow and Lanarkshire showcase the timeless charm of traditional Scottish architecture while providing modern functionality. These elegantly crafted windows combine classic design with contemporary materials and technology, offering homeowners the best of both worlds. Renowned for their vertical sliding mechanism, sash and case windows enhance ventilation and allow for easy maintenance.

In Glasgow and Lanarkshire, these windows are not just a practical choice; they are a testament to the region’s rich architectural heritage. Whether you’re restoring a historic property or adding a touch of sophistication to a modern home, Sash and Case windows remain an enduring choice, reflecting the enduring appeal of Scotland’s architectural legacy.

We specialise in listed buildings and conservation areas. We can offer solutions and packages for Glasgow and Lanarkshire residents and businesses to reduce energy bills by upgrading their windows and doors.

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Joinery, Sash & Case Windows & Doors in Glasgow Conservation Areas

Specialising in bespoke joinery and installing sash and case windows in Glasgow conservation areas:

Bridgeton Cross  (2015) Park  (1970,1982, 1990)


(2011) Parkhead Cross  (2003, 2013)*
Carmunnock (1986) Pollok Park  (1995, 2016)*
Crosshill (1970-2012)* Scotstoun (1987)
Dennistoun (1975, 1990)* Shawlands Cross (2013)
Dumbreck (1975) Snuffmill (1975)
East Pollokshields (1975) Strathbungo (1973-1978)*
Glasgow Central (1973, 1984)* St Vincent Crescent (1975-1992)*
Glasgow West (1972-2011)* Victoria Park (1983)
Govan (2008, 2016)* Walmer Crescent (1975)
Hazelwood (2002) West Pollokshields  (1973)



Newlands (1985)    

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