Talk to ERW's experts about Window and Door replacement in Conservation Areas and Listed Buildings at our OPEN WEEKEND ON FRIDAY 22nd OCTOBER 9 am-7 pm & SATURDAY 23rd OCTOBER 9 am-5 pm
5th October 2010
ERW regularly runs Conservation Consultation Events and Open Weekends for homeowners who want to learn more generally about replacing timber windows and doors in older buildings, or who have specific projects in mind.
The next event will be held on Friday 22nd October 9 am-7 pm & Saturday 23rd October 9 am-5 pm at our Showroom and Workshops.
As someone who lives in a region full of natural beauty, you're lucky to be surrounded by buildings of special architectural and historic interest. In order to continue to preserve this heritage, local councils are becoming increasingly stringent with planning permissions for certain alterations. This includes the replacement of windows and doors.
With 31 years local experience of timber window & door refurbishment, renovation and replacement, especially in conservation areas, ERW understands how confusing it can all be, and we can help you. From renovation of an original historic window, to manufacture of new high performance windows and doors in our own workshops, you may be surprised at what we can achieve.
Our informal open event will give you the opportunity to discuss the options available to you for your home. You can find out more from experts about the pros and cons of replacement, renovation or refurbishment; ask us for practical advice on how to complete planning applications - we can even deal with these for you; and learn more about how you can benefit from our experience of working with local conservation and planning officers.
You can see for yourself a real life display of how we refurbish windows, displays of new windows and doors and the work we produce in our own workshops on a personal walk round tour.
Whether you have a specific project in mind now - perhaps to complete before the VAT rate increases - or maybe you're just interested in finding out more, come and talk to the experts to see how we can help you.