Westbury Garden Rooms opens permanent display at the Building Centre30 Jan
Read about our permanent display at the Building Centre in central London, or visit for yourself at 26 Store St, London.
Westbury is pleased to announce the opening of a new permanent display at the Building Centre in central London.
The purpose built display has been constructed to represent a cross section of our timber fenestration products, including full scale samples of: box sash windows with traditional weights and cords, sliding sash windows with pre-tensioned spring balances, casement windows featuring traditionally proportioned sections and projecting mullions adding depth, oak stained six pane classic entrance doors, and finally a full scale timber roof lantern with accompanying fascia as seen in our Orangery designs.
Our product reflects our passion for traditional architecture. We create flush joints and clean lines whilst incorporating traditional mouldings – important details of British architecture which are so often ignored. We do not opt-out of detail for ease of manufacture, instead applying the latest technology to both our product design and manufacturing buy hydrocodone online from canada process, we produce a traditional product that meets up-to-date specifications. Using a dowelled connection we create perfect flush joints for traditional joinery.
Managing Director Jonathan Hey said: “We chose the Building Centre for the unique service it provides to those working in the built environment as an independent provider of information and inspiration across all sectors. Our truly traditional perspective is unique at the venue.” Jonathan added: “We believe that fenestration more than any other element of a building’s architecture will determine its character and complete the design. It is here we define the building’s period with appropriate detail, giving unity to the overall design with correct proportion and scale.”
Visit The Building Centre in Store Street, London, or come along to our showroom and take a workshop tour.