– Case Study –
CONVERSION OF HISTORIC MEWS, LONDON
Casement windows, external doors, internal doors
Lead by a strong architectural team two Victorian mews in the Westminster conservation area of Buckingham Gate were completely stripped out and reconfigured into luxury apartments.
The properties were converted from offices through internal structural re-configurations, basement waterproofing, the replacement of all existing windows and doors, repairs to the facades and roof coverings and all M&E works including heating, cooling and audio-visual systems.
The project included the manufacture of traditional 'Georgian' flush casement windows, raised and fielded panel doors, entrance doors with side and/or fan lights. The windows used the renowned heritage glass to retain the finer traditional details and authentic look. These products where manufactured for a renown traditional contractor to the architect’s specification using approved hardwoods by our experienced craftsmen using modern techniques. These were then finely spray paint finished in our in-house facility. Once glazed they were ready for easy on-site installation.
At Salisbury Joinery, we have been supplying hand crafted joinery for more than 40 years. We manufacture doors, windows and staircases from a wide range of quality timbers, which can be designed and finished for any style of property – from the traditional to the modern and contemporary. Manufacturing and finishing in our own workshops generally takes 4 to 6 weeks.
Any timber we use comes from sustainable sources and our doors and windows are CE Marked, which shows they conform to BS EN 1435-1:2006 + A1:2010. They are also supported by our own product warranty.