Did you know we've worked on dozens of National Trust properties?
One of which is Attingham Park, an English country house and estate in Shropshire.
Situated near the village of Atcham, it is owned and maintained by the National Trust as a Grade I listed building. Across the 640 acre parkland there are five Grade II listed buildings, including the stable block, the Tern Lodge toll house and two bridges that span the River Tern. There are also twelve Grade II listed structures including the retaining walls of the estate, the bee house, ice house, walled garden, ha-ha and the Home Farm.
Our work at Attingham Park comprised of installing 24 secondary glazed units in the main house along with installing units into the stable block and staff offices. We expertly manufactured and fitted the units to ensure maximum invisibility, that the building keeps well within any planning and conservation regulations and it enjoys 21st century heat retention and comfort for its staff and visitors.
Working in such stunning places is the part of our job that we absolutely love and we are so proud to be playing a key part in the upkeep of these historic buildings, and helping to ensure they will be here for future generations to enjoy too.