Restoration Glazing Case Study: Harecastle Tunnel Canal Lodge
The Harecastle Lodge undergoing restoration work.
Following on the back of work carried out in Yorkshire and the Cotswold’s. We were recently employed to help in the restoration of a 19th century lodge on the Trent and Mersey canal in Staffordshire.
The building dates from 1824 and is grade II listed. It was of the upmost importance that we fitted windows that matched the quality and style of the originals.
Working in partnership with Len Jones Joinery. We had frames manufactured that perfectly matched the previous windows. Made from a solid timber, they matched the style and quality of the originals.
Our ‘Heritage Line’ cylinder double glazed units were selected by Heritage England for the job. Perfectly in keeping with the original glass from 1825.
If you have a historic building that requires heritage glazing, please call us on 01782 614 693 or click here to get in touch. We’ll be happy to provide you with advice on the glass you require.