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SWA member keeps the heritage of Walsingham House alive

Steel Window Association member, Crittall Windows, has renovated Walsingham House which is located in a key conservation area in London. Dating back to the 16th Century, the building is named after Queen Elizabeth 1’s famous ‘spymaster’, who lived in Seething Lane.

The space was transformed into modern offices, with a reception area and multiple floors of newly-designed workspaces. W20 and MW40 windows were fitted throughout the building and the company also refurbished some internal screens.

Together with a reliable team, Crittall has transformed this historic building into new office accommodation ensuring the design met the heritage of the building. The interior was demolished, preserving the Portland stone facade, and redesigned using the finest materials.

Members of the Steel Window Association offer a UK wide service for the repair and replacement of various types of old metal windows, doors and screens, as well as being able to manufacture new fenestration which fully meets the requirements of the building regulations. Choosing an SWA member to manufacture and install steel windows and doors ensures that the highest standard of fabrication, installation and customer service is achieved.



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The Steel Window Association (SWA) represents the great majority of UK steel window manufacturers, ranging in size from the smallest of craft-based companies through to large, multi-site companies. There is not a steel window project of any description, anywhere in the UK, that one of the SWA members cannot handle.

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