Best installation – commercial

Arden Windows

Client - Taylor Wimpey Homes Project - Leybourne Chase, Manor House, Gardeners Cottage
and Clock Tower - Grade II Listed Building Value of Project to Arden - over £1Million Pounds
Short Description of works - Survey, Design, Manufacture and Install Bespoke Heritage
Sliding Sash Windows, Flush Casements and Doors Main Description - Arden Windows
supplied and installed all of the bespoke timber windows on the Historic Leybourne Chase
Manor House, Clock Tower and Gardener's Cottage. The Manor House was the originally
built in the 1800's and was the residence of Sir Joseph Hawley 3rd Baronet a former Race
Horse Trainer and Breeder and later on became a hospital specialising in Mental Health
Care. Once the hospital was decommissioned in 1996 the Manor House stood derelict until it
was later purchased by Taylor Wimpey and renovated into luxury apartments. When Taylor
Wimpey originally purchased the land to build over 700 properties it was stipulated in the
planning conditions that the grade II Manor House was restored and not only to reach the
required aesthetics, keeping inline with the heritage statement, but also had to meet the
current UK building regulations and NHBC standards. Arden Windows Ltd played a key part
from the beginning of this project, we surveyed the existing windows and designed a new
product that was sympathetic in design to the original windows, as well as meeting the
required thermal and security ratings to comply with the present day building regulations.
This meant matching the original profiles on the frames and sashes, producing the drawings
so Taylor Wimpey could get the designs approved with British Heritage and planning. Once
the designs were approved we had the task of manufacturing and installing over 200
windows/doors to non-standard bespoke sections. We had to purchase additional tooling for
our CNC

Camel Glass and Joinery

To develop an Architectural Showroom aimed at creating a premier destination for
showcasing the breadth and sophistication of Camel Glass products and services. The
primary goal was to construct a space that not only serves as a dynamic exhibition platform
but also as an architectural marvel that reflects the innovative spirit and quality
craftsmanship inherent in Camel Glass.

Large, strategically placed glass panels will not only flood the interior with natural light but
also provide a seamless transition between the exterior and interior, creating an immersive
experience for visitors.

Internally, the layout of the showroom will be meticulously planned to optimize the display of
Camel Glass products.

The showroom would aspire to be more than a display space; it would aim to be a testament
to the transformative power of architectural glass, positioning Camel Glass as a leader in the

EYG Commercial

The Tree Tops development, just 10 minutes from the city centre in Hull, is a commercial
development like no other. Five timber-built pods, designed in the style of woodland
treehouses, challenge the conventional wisdom of what business space should look like.
They are part of Brooklands Property Holdings’ Hesslewood Office Park and, nestled in
woodland on the edge of the park, are home to a variety of businesses.

All of the windows and doors in the pods were fabricated and installed by EYG Commercial,
using exclusively AluK products.

The developer wanted to maximise the views with floor to ceiling windows, and install bifold
doors to fully reveal the glorious parkland setting for their business occupiers, who are blue
chip companies to small start-ups.

The developer wanted the space to be flooded with natural light, to create calm and tranquil
work spaces.

The brief was to create something out of the ordinary, that was suited to the grand
surroundings of the listed building it is situated within the grounds of, and which blended in
seamlessly and yet was practical and attractive to businesses as a commercial let.

Our aluminium window and door systems also filled the brief for being thermally-efficient,
robustly strong, and secure.

OpenSquare Glazing

Our client was an architect who was adjoining a new build dwelling to his existing
refurbished Barnhouse in Hertfordshire, and wanted a structural glass link between the 2

We designed, supplied and installed this element in under 6 weeks, and while craning the
300kg roof into place, literally had 10mm tolerance to install.
We also installed our slim aluminium open corner pocket doors to the new dwelling, as well
as our own rooflights.

Great images online and a raving review from our client, which has a very large number of
views on our Instagram page, as we had a drone photographer capture the project.

TP Improvements

Installing Aluminium Windows and Doors in a Textured Black Finish (Obsidian Black
Textured) for a new High Street Boutique Shop in the picturesque village called Lindfield in
West Sussex ( The shop is called Doodie Stark). This included French Doors, Fixed Windows
and Casement Windows. The shop has a very sustainable feel, we worked with a builder who
uses our services for other projects, and completed all installation work within the time
frame for it to be ready for its grand opening.

Tradeglaze (Lincoln)

Lincolnshire property developer and contractor Stirlin Developments appointed Tradeglaze
as part of a 4-way Team Lincolnshire collaboration project to supply our award-winning
aluminium curtain walling and aluminium windows and aluminium doors for new Duncan &
Toplis and Wilkin Chapman LLP offices ‘Oxley House’ in Louth.

Oxley House is a landmark in architectural innovation, offering 10,000 sq. ft. of state-of-the art
office space. Our role encompassed designing, manufacturing, and installing aluminium
curtain walling and windows, leveraging Senior Architectural Systems’ cutting-edge profiles.
The project demanded intricate collaboration and versatility, which we delivered with

YES Glazing Solutions

Situated in the idyllic town of Sevenoaks, Kent, the Sevenoaks School Window Restoration
Project is a remarkable endeavour that seamlessly marries tradition and modernity. This
ambitious project involved the replacement of the Crittall Steel W20 single-glazed arch
windows with traditional leaded and stained-glass windows, rejuvenating the school's
historic charm while enhancing its aesthetic appeal.