Whilst Bay Windows are very much the integral part of any façade of a building, they do demand their own attention and consideration. We can undertake all design aspects of the works, detailing and precisely measuring neighbours’ windows to give an exact copy or from drawings provided.
A natural or cast stone window is not only aesthetically beautiful from the outside but they serve the functional purpose of allowing more light into the house. Many times a stone bay window has been removed from the fronts of houses, and in many cases, this is because the bay window brickwork had started to fail due to poor maintenance. We are very proud of our ability to reinstate these windows, hand crafted from the natural stone that they would have been made from originally. We can create stone mullion windows or windows that incorporate both stone and brick. We will also ensure that your new bay window ties in perfectly to the bay window brickwork so that the meeting of the new and old is seamless.
Not all stone bay windows need an entire rebuild and we have a huge knowledge and skill in bay window restoration. We can breathe life into worn and failing stonework by piecing in new elements of stone and repairing other aspects with restoration repair mortars. We offer a full service, from paint stripping your existing bay window to the restoration and redecoration. We will always give a complete breakdown of all aspects of the works within our quotation so you can see exactly what we are proposing. We will also provide you with a full methodology of the works so you can understand how we are undertaking the works.
We can also offer our own designs so that your bay window, whilst retaining all period correct design and ratios, has your own stamp and individuality upon it. In the Georgian and Victorian eras, it was very common for new home buyers to have input into the design of their new homes as they were being built. If you keep a keen eye out, you can spot how designs of bay windows and entrance ways can change on the same terraced road.