Here at Andy Whitelaw Joinery we understand the importance of maintaining the character of your home. Having completed work in many listed buildings and buildings within conservation areas and national parks, our team are well equipped to provide you with that special traditional heritage appeal that your home is crying out for. Our traditionally crafted and styled heritage products help to restore your home to its former glory. Using modern fabrication techniques, combined with the best materials available, Andy Whitelaw Joinery provides the added benefits that today’s technology brings, whilst maintaining your homes original charm and appearance. We specialise in both the manufacture and installation of bespoke made heritage products such as windows, doors, conservatories, staircases, cabinets and many more.
AWJ has recently invested in the latest technology in glass and glazing. It is now possible for us to manufacture a double glazed unit with an overall thickness of just 12.5mm, and a sight line of 5-7mm.The emissivity coating on the inside of the unit reflects heat back into the room, and by using the very latest in warm edge spacer technology we can ensure that these super slim units still retain an excellent centre pane u-value. These units are ideal for glazing into frames originally designed to hold single glass. And in most cases, local authorities will allow these units to be installed into listed buildings as they appear exactly as the original single glazing.
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In the past, sliding sash windows and Georgian style grid windows (normally found in older and listed property) have meant lack of insulation. But now we have the answer. Our conservation units provide an end to condensation, outdoor noise, and heat loss in older properties, and are the solution for more comfortable living.
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