Few projects challenge the Derwent Sash Windows team as much as this complete sash window bay rebuild in West Bridgford. The client was determined to restore his property to its former glory. He had a simple but clear brief, to match my neighbours Victorian period detailing in every way.
New hand dressed Derbyshire sash window stone was used to form the new stone sills, stone heads and stone mullions. A new gothic stone arch was also installed to the door way. Bygone collection timber alternative sash windows were also used. The bay window was rebuilt from the footing upwards using reclaimed bricks and decorative corbelling around the top of the sash windows. A new roof was built with the original concave detailing and traditional lead work was also installed. Internally the windows were finished off with timber decorative architrave and stub sill. The client was delighted with the sash window completed project.