Sash and Case Window Specialists
Welcome to Preservation Windows, we are extremely proud of our position as Central Scotland’s premier sash & case window manufacturers. Preservation Windows offers contemporary styling and quality bespoke sash & case windows. Whether you’re planning to refurbish a period or listed property or embarking on a new build project, our products ensure you get the highest quality timber sash & case windows.
We are the leading manufacturer and refurbishment specialists in the restoration, repair, and installation of sash & case windows serving Glasgow, central Scotland and the surrounding areas. Preservation Windows provides services to the construction and renovation industries by manufacturing hand crafted sash & case windows. Having developed our expertise in windows and timber frames from a broad understanding of the joinery industry, we are able to offer high quality products in almost any shape or design.
Established in 2002, Preservation Windows operates with a dedicated in-house staff team of skilled trade professionals. We manufacture sash & case windows, wooden windows, and timber windows and frames. Sash & case windows and wooden windows retain the beauty and functionality of buildings, from grade A listed to townhouses to city tenements, and everything in between. We offer a service to those wishing to integrate any sash & case window installation options in a home, office or commercial building. The sensitive preservation and manufacturing of traditional sash & case windows is our specialty. Our preservation and manufacturing team wholeheartedly support the maintaining of the historical and cultural heritage of buildings within central Scotland.
Sash & Window Manufacturing
Preservation Windows offer a broad range of sash & case window styles, including Georgian and Victorian. We are committed to not only providing top quality sash & case windows to our customers, both residential and commercial, but also approach the process in a sound, responsible and sustainable manner by sourcing materials that are approved by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). This ensures that not only is the beauty of the sash & case windows attained, but also that a minimised impact on the environment and our precious forestry resources are sustainably managed. We believe that the maintenance and preservation of original historic exterior materials should be encouraged. Replacement windows are not a recommended treatment for historic buildings. The replacement of windows frequently compromises the aesthetic integrity of a building through the removal of original architectural details and the alteration of the building’s historic character and visual identification with a particular period or style. Our company’s window preservation policy was developed to encourage preservation and to aid our customers in selecting appropriate treatment for their proposed option.
Wooden and Timber Windows
Within the manufacture of wooden windows, timber windows and frames, our tradesmen use only the highest quality materials throughout the manufacturing process. We also manufacture bespoke, casement, curved, arched head and stained glass windows along with hardwood conservatories. All materials are carefully sourced from the FSC, this includes hardwood known as Meranti, an extremely versatile and long lasting wood for use in a variety of applications. Sash & case windows are a prominent feature in many of our buildings, homes and offices in central Scotland. Our tradesmen use traditional joinery techniques to manufacture our windows. This ensures that our windows will outlast their modern equivalents. Our use of specialised FSC approved timber adds longevity to our window products and provides lasting quality for every client who uses our service.
To discuss sash & case window installations or options for any home, office or commercial building, or for technical support please contact us. To view the services we offer, please follow the links on the menu bar.
To contact one of our in-house team Advisor’s today call us on:
0141 776 6186
0800 587 8128