If you live in Surrey and you’re considering restoring or replacing your windows, before you go ahead and get any work done it is always best advised that you first find out if you live in a Conservation Area. This is especially prevalent if you live in a home from the Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian periods.
Conservation Areas are areas that have been marked as having special architectural or historic interest. Keeping the properties in these areas as close to their original look as possible is of utmost importance. This includes keeping the original windows in place or where necessary, having replacements installed that are as close to the originals as possible. Land and property within a Conservation Area may require extra planning consent before undertaking any work due to the extra planning controls in place, designed to protect the character of the area. joineryworkshop.com have 15 years experience of working within Conservation Areas and will be able to offer invaluable experience and knowledge to help you with any work you require.
Surrey County Council have a list of Conservation Areas on their website so it is best advised that you check this before commencing any work. joineryworkshop.com can help you with any work you may require to your windows, be it sash windows or casement windows. You can either give us a call on 01423 228 494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch with us and we’ll be able to help you with your sash windows restoration, double glazing and replacement or casement windows restoration, double glazing and replacement.
The Surrey County Council website has information on Surrey Conservation Areas.