Parkwood “Heritage” Conservation range of:

Windows and Doors


Do you want to stay within Conservation Area guidelines and follow the latest provision for an energy efficient and comfortable home?

At Parkwood, we found ourselves wanting to re-invent the traditional sash & casement windows. So important to incorporate the key features so important to both the Environmental and Architectural Heritage issues, whilst retaining traditional aesthetics & functionality, our conservation windows & doors offer:

Traditional proportions with faithful reproduction of all window sections and sizes.

Also very important is height to width ratios as well as transom & mullion positioning



High performance glazing can be offered in windows that allow delicate single glazed timber sections, with elegant lambs tongue glazing bars (not a stick on bars),

Slimlite glazing is a patent protected product, new technology, Slimlite super-thin double glazed units are factory sealed into the sash rebates. Slimlite is always finding favour with Architects, conservation officers and discerning clients.

These innovative units are undetectable unless examined very closely, and do not alter the traditional appearance of the window, sections and profiles.


Traditional Heritage Range of windows with:

Mortise and tenon frame construction with original Ovolo mouldings to the window frame. With all this traditional detailing in flush casement joinery, follows the opportunity to have Architectural hardware in casement stays and fasteners.


Flush casement windows with “Puttyline” profile:

Our timber profiles include flush casement joinery with the original “Puttyline” external appearance without the use of putty type compounds.


Architectural window and door hardware

Butt hinges and mortise locking with large ranges of architectural stays and fasteners are back in vogue, reviving the complete traditional appearance and joinery methods.


Modern Times

Demand that weather seals are discreetly grooved into the timber sections and profiles

U Value 1.2 W/m2K.