At Timbertherm, we specialise in designing, constructing, restoring and enhancing timber windows and doors, both new and as part of period homes. We love working with bespoke requests and our work takes us to many conservation areas around the UK, using solid engineered timber to carry out restorations of period homes.
If you’re looking for a stunning new set of solid timber windows, we’d love to sit down and discuss your ideas and how we can help. All of our services feature an end-to-end process, going through each detail with you and not moving forward to the next stage until you’re fully satisfied.
We have a range of timber windows for you to choose from, with multiple variations of casement windows, sash-windows and orangeries. We want to work with you and make sure each part the design is to your liking, giving you a range of colours, frames and architectural styles to choose from, offering multiple ideas to best fit your home.
When it comes to restoring period houses, this is something we’re very experienced in. As members of the Forest Stewardship Council, we understand the importance of delivering an exact restoration. Using the correct techniques and materials, we only use wood that is conservation-approved and will never do anything to harm your property value.
We will use work with your original designs as well look at how your period windows and doors are in their current state to ensure that they are restored as accurately as possible, down to the last detail.
Many period windows come in a range of architectural styles depending on which conservation area and which period they were made. Bury St Edmunds contains more Georgian style houses but there can be many Victorian and Edwardian houses present in a given conservation area as well.
We pay great attention to period windows, looking at the architectural style, framing, materials and techniques used and well as any significant damage or ageing. We also provide enhancements to your period windows, using concealed specialist glazing to improve their thermal efficiency.