Conservation areas have rules regarding changing the aesthetics of your home’s facade. Our timber conservation windows fully comply with regulations and are carefully manufactured to complement your building’s natural charm.
Conservation Area Windows
Replacing windows in a conservation area isn’t as easy as changing your windows elsewhere. Properties in conservation areas are subject to more controls to protect the look, feel and qualities of the area they’re in. This means that conservation area window replacements may be subject to planning permission and you may be limited in the style or materials used in the window – you will need to check with your local planning authority what the exact restrictions in your area are.
Although the restrictions aren’t generally as limiting as those for listed properties, conservation area rules can seem like a hindrance. However, the character, charm and appeal of certain areas often originates from the look of the buildings within it, and so the aesthetics are well worth preserving. What’s more, an authentic looking property can also enjoy an increase in value. Think how jarring it would be to see white uPVC windows on a Georgian townhouse or a stone country cottage and you can understand the need to preserve a building’s heritage with regulations and sympathetic improvements.
Traditional Wooden Windows
We offer traditional wooden windows which faithfully replicate the style and features of original windows in a period property. As such, our traditional timber windows are ideal for conservation area window replacements. Our windows have been designed with conservation areas in mind and will meet the requirements set out in the regulations for these preserved areas.
Our conservation windows are available in flush sash, casement or bay window designs to suit all property needs. There are also a variety of bar designs available to further retain the character of the property. While our conservation area windows help maintain a traditional look, they include modern features to make them more functional. Our conservation timber windows are double glazed, have great U-values and multi-point locking for increased security. All of our wood windows are all made from high quality timber, making them durable, low maintenance and long lasting, and come with good guarantees for peace of mind.
While modern extensions and features may be limited in conservation areas, replacement windows should be considered necessary to maintain the upkeep of the building. We can support you with your planning permission and design the windows to keep them as authentic as possible. Further information about updating windows can be found here.
If you are looking for traditional timber conservation area windows, get in touch to enquire about our range today.
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We have standard sizes to suit a range of window types but we can also make them bespoke to suit your property. If you’re looking for replacement windows for conservation areas, get in touch.
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Why Choose a Conservation Window?
If your project is in a conservation area, our range of high-quality conservation windows meet these strict standards and regulations
No compromise on performance. Enjoy modern thermal efficiency in your period home.
- Materials: engineered softwood, finger-jointed pine
- Bar designs: traditional solid glazing bars, astragal bars, leaded glass
- Colours: hi-build white as standard, but all RAL colours available (extra cost)
- Hardware options: polished chrome, satin chrome, white, black, gold
- Security options: PAS24 locking
- Secure By Design available
- Trickle vents included as standard
- Window sizes: we can create bespoke windows for effectively any dimensions required
- U values: 1.3-1.4 W/m²k
- Window energy rating: A-B
- Glazing options: double glazed 24mm low E insulating
Get in touch to find out how we can help with your conservation project today. We are always evolving our products and staying in line with modern regulations and standards.
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