At Timber Windows, we take great pride in the quality and beauty of our products, and equally as important is the satisfaction of every customer we serve.
From installations of doors and windows in modern properties to restoring period properties to their original features; conventional front doors and traditional sash windows reproduced with the modern advantages of modern double glazing and engineered hardwood.
Browse some recent projects here…
Stunning 400 year old cottage in a conservation area near Coventry.
Spectacular mansion dating back to the 16th century, nestled deep in the Hampshire countryside.
Spectacular 1850’s Georgian house with a series of very special requirements for its windows and doors.
Beautiful, family farmhouse in Norfolk, is restored back to its original appearance with timber windows and doors.
The Cunningham family in Somerset decided to replace the dark brown plastic windows and overall soften the appearance of the house.
Mr Bonner’s 1860’s property takes on an extension renovation, installing sash windows to keep the history of the property but also adding French doors and Bi-Folding doors to add a new dimension to the house.
The installation of the new cottage flush casement windows has allowed more light into this beautiful property.
Delighted customers gave careful consideration to style, colour and ironmongery choices to preserve the character of this traditional home.
1884 Harrogate home receives a major renovation to convert it from two flats back to a single house. The stand out item is the new front door and unusual shaped top light, supplied and fitted by Timber Windows of Harewood.
In the heart of the west Yorkshire countryside, an incredible listed building undergoes the perfect transformation. Originally built as an orangery to a nearby manor house, the structure fell into a state of disrepair and was being used as a chicken shed. Mr Laybourn decided to restore this wonderful historical building and has turned it into his home….See the amazing before and after photos
This charming Yorkshire farm cottage, built in 1880, was transformed when the old dark wooden windows were replaced with beautiful, light coloured timber sash windows. The inside of the the Marsden’s home has taken on an amazing lightness and an air of tranquility.
Mr and Mrs Sepford return to Timber Windows to complete their house renovation in Suffolk.
This beautiful Hertfordshire farmhouse has been restored to it’s former glory with traditional timber sash windows and painted french doors. View the before and after photos.
An accurate recreation of an unusual entrance design from the 1980s.
Built from scratch in the 1990s to the owners specification, this stunning house in Cambridgeshire now benefits from the latest technology in timber slim box sash windows and french doors.
Harrogate renovation, seamlessly pairing classic and contemporary styles to restore this beautiful family home.
Detached Swansea, South West Wales home has new timber lipped casement windows and glazed front door.
Wolverhampton farmhouse receives authentically styled timber sash windows, casement windows, French doors and stable doors to perfectly match the original style and design.
Restoration of a 17th century cottage in Somerset village.
A much loved family home in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk has new timber flush casement windows installed.
Edwardian town house in North London receives new timber flush casement windows.
Authentic details make the difference in Edwardian Cheltenham home.
North London home transformed into smartest property in the street with new sash windows.
What a difference – beautiful new timber sash windows and doors.
The old, dark windows overshadowed the house – the new ones complement it perfectly.
The windows and doors look great, and they work a treat; we are extremely pleased with the outcome.
The wonderfully oversized Sash window is the centre piece of the room.
Visitors to the house love the options we chose and compliment the finish, but MOST importantly my wife is pleased!
The door had to be high quality, good appearance, secure and solid – this ticks all the boxes.
The house feels snugger, warmer and is also a lot quieter.
Recent high winds showed they were much more weather proof with no draughts at all.
The lanterns, windows and doors really are in a different league.
In a quiet village on the Essex and Hertforshire border, Mrs Baxter’s beautifully kept 1940’s post war cottage was given the doors her and her partner had always desired, and that the property deserved.
The owners of this large family home in Esher, Surrey undertook a major project, spending more than two years overhauling and renovating the entire house.
The owners of this large detached home in Cornwall, situated between Launceston and Saltash wanted to give the property a makeover with new timber windows and door.
The county of Warwickshire is home to this adorable property with a unique history. Sitting within a conservation area with covenants, this substantial family home was, in the late 1800s and 1900s, the Manager’s office and home of a large brewery.
This beautiful example of two doors purchased for one property demonstrates our ability to produce and manufacture designs that complement each other as well as the property they’re intended for.
With exposed beams, idyllic views across green pastures and a location close to the sea, this period cottage in the north Essex countryside now has new timber sash and flush casement windows.
Set in the peaceful village of Finchdean on the Hampshire and West Sussex border, this cottage style detached property has recently undergone major renovation work. **Fantastic before and after photos show the dramatic improvements made**
This imposing red brick property features the timber Deco Flush Casement windows from our range of timber windows and doors.
This beautiful, picture perfect cottage in an Essex village retains all of its history and charm, complemented with lovely flush casement windows and stylish front door.
“We wanted sash windows that complemented our historic building, but without the rattles and draughts.” School House stands on the site of an original 16th century ‘cruck’ building; a traditional English timber framed construction that consists of long, bent, timber beams that lean inwards and form the ridge of the…
In the heart of Bewdley, period property features are an important consideration for all homes, retaining them gives the area its design and character.
Early 1900’s detached property in Long Ditton, Surrey is given beautiful Deco period-style casement windows as part of a loving refurbishment of this family home.
Transformed! – Stone built detached house gains a new lease of life with stunning timber windows and doors – view the before and after images.
Grand, prominent feature windows combined with the need to satisfy a conservation covenant and thoroughly thought out design have resulted in a stunning, sprawling stone built home.
This former rectory in Sherborne, Dorset retains its traditional appearance using the very latest advances in sash windows, conventional windows and doors.
The balance of conservation, restoration and modernisation were matched perfectly with this selection of flush casement windows, bay windows and bi-fold doors, in this former thatched cottage in Beer, Devon.
Traditional cottage in Hampton-in-Arden is given a sympathetic refurbishment thanks to a suite of new windows and doors.
A large scale, complex and phased replacement of sash windows and doors was undertaken with the care and quality this property and its owners deserve.