This month, it’s the turn of Mitchell Reece, our Technical Manager. Mitchell is often out and about, enjoying a very varied role, as he explains here: “As well as assisting with the day to day running of Storm Windows, my role as Technical Manager encompasses a variety of other tasks. I’m often out and about on […]
We’re currently working at the Devon and Exeter Institute, helping to restore the beautiful iconic roof lanterns above the library. Carrek won the contract to restore the Georgian library roof of this Grade 1 listed building, overseen by conservation architect Simon Cartlidge. Historic England and the Heritage Lottery Fund have granted funding. Heavy snowfall in […]
We were at Capesthorne Hall in Macclesfield to do more than admire the surroundings – though we made sure we found a few minutes to do just this. We were attending an event run by the HHA entitled ‘How historic houses can meet the challenges of repairs, alterations and development’. This is obviously another subject […]
Whether your listed, historic or classic property is a single-bedroom crofter’s cottage or a 100-room mansion – if it’s your home, it means something special to you. Which is a real incentive for us to work even harder to ensure the bespoke service we offer is the best possible solution to your secondary glazing needs. […]
Jayne took part alongside more than 1,000 entrants in the event at Himley Hall and Park on Friday, September 23, and finished the 5km course in under half an hour. Storm Windows sponsored Jayne, and we are all very proud of her success – even if we did struggle to see her cross the line, […]
When it comes to our products and the work we do, we are constantly striving to innovate and improve what we’re able to offer. Our skilled craftsmen are continually developing our products, and working on ways to improve our glazing to ensure that the completed work in our customer’s property is the very best it […]
It wasn’t the real thing, obviously, but the competition between the Royal Oak Golf Society and Hollybush was as hard fought as the actual cup! We became involved through our surveyor, Andy Bennett, who is also secretary and event organiser at ROGS. The society is based in Halesowen, at the Royal Oak pub, and meets […]
Brook House is an end of terrace home in a conservation area in a Warwickshire village. Originally four separate cottages (one dating back to 1730, the other to around 1800), Brook House was saved from demolition and made into a single residence in the 1960s.