Finding the right company in Wiltshire for help and advice on what is best for you and your property is always difficult.
HRG Services do not only offer you sound advice, but also supply you with various costs so you can choose the option that best suits you.
HRG Services provide a bespoke period joinery service throughout Wiltshire. Using traditional joinery techniques we can match your existing joinery and retain the character of your home.
All our work is carried out by our skilled team, our testimonials speak for themselves and the office team are always on hand to answer any questions you may have.
HRG Services provide a free site survey for the works and can provide various costs so you can choose the option that best suits you and your property.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for a free no obligation survey or for further information.
Our skilled team specialises in the production of new sash timber window replacements to go into the original restored frames and coupled with our draught proofing and full finish painting services.
Our sash window replacements are designed to match your existing windows so if a replacement is needed, it will blend in perfectly with your property, no matter what the age or style of the house is. We can replicate all styles of sash windows, from Georgian through to Edwardian. We only use traditional joinery techniques and all have solid glazing bars as standard.
A popular choice for clients who are looking to replace their windows but wish to keep the charm of the period property is our Heritage glazed replacement sashes. These will complement the period design of your property but will improve on the energy efficiency and help save money on your heating bills. Our slim heritage double glazing is only 12mm thick, and from a distance will appear to be part of a single glazed unit.
Along with this we also make complete box frames and also casement windows. All bespoke and all in a variety of glass and timbers.
Create a good first impression and let HRG manufacture you a new entrance door or internal doors in the period of the property. Beautiful manufactured bespoke doors to suit your property installed and hand painted by our team.
Victorian doors for houses date back from 1837 – 1901, were normally made from a softwood and painted, stained or grained to make them look like hardwood. The doors were panelled and divided into four or six sections, in which some were filled with glass. A beautiful front door was very important and would make a statement and would be always be well maintained and complemented by eye-catching polished brass furniture.
With the Edwardian era of 1901 -1910 the doors were made larger and normally were accompanied with a side window to let in more light into the hallway. The doors were often panelled and painted and decorated with Art Nouveau or neo-Georgian glass. It was popular at the time for these doors to be painted red of green. As most households no longer had maids to polish the door furniture or scrub the steps the furniture became a maintenance free black coating.
If we can be of assistance or you would like to discuss your project or book us in to carry out a site visit please call.
If you are looking for a company to manufacture and fit your new period doors then HRG Services if the company for you and cover all the Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset & Wiltshire areas.
Typical Georgian door would of been a simple six panelled design without glass. The two smaller top panels may of been changed to glass in the later Georgian or Victorian period.
Victorian houses tended to have narrow hallways and entrances. The front door was often made of softwood and painted, stained or grained to look like hardwood. The doors would have been panelled, divided into four or six sections with some panels filled with glass. A beautiful front door would have been very important to the Victorian home owner so it would have been well maintained with gleaming brass furniture.
Edwardian houses were often built on wider plots so a side window sometimes flanked the main door letting in more light to the hallway. The front door was often large, panelled and painted with Art Nouveau or Neo-Georgian glass. It was popular to paint the doors red or green. By the Edwardian period most householders no longer had maids to scrub the step and polish the brass knockers so door furniture was finished with a maintenance free black coating. Steps were made of stone or covered with a simple sheet of metal.
HRG Services can match any era of door or are happy to just match a more modern version within your home if it needs matching and changing.
For all your period doors requirements please give HRG Services a call today on 0800 246 1947
Panelling started to become popular in the 14th century, and at the time was usually oak. Which could be left plain or be carved with decorative detail. Elaborate linenfold designs, which resembled folded linen, emerged as a trend in the late 15th century. While in Tudor and Jacobean times the fashion was for small squares or rectangles, with the wood either left unfinished or treated with wax or varnish. The panelling was often topped off with decorative carved capping.
In the Georgian era, panelling took on a more classic appearance, with larger, simple panels of painted softwood. Over the period, full-height styles began to be replaced by dado-level panelling.
The Victorians continued this trend for shorter sections, although panelling did become less popular until the Arts and Crafts movement, where simple oak designs fitted up to head height were preferred.
HRG Services can restore or install panelling to to suit your property all fully fitted and painted, stained or waxed by our skilled team. Call us today on 0800 246 1947
As part of our services working on older buildings we are often asked if we can match older profiles, this is not a problem. We can match profiles, skirtings panelling and more to match the original items within your home. We often use this if we are carrying out our window restoration services and discover rotten profile. We will then cut off a section for the joinery to have cutters made to fit before manufacturing the require amount.
For more information about any of our services, please contact us using the form below, or call us on 0800 246 1947
At HRG Services Ltd we cover all Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire areas offering a dedicated bespoke service tailored to your needs.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss your project with us, then please don’t hesitate to call us on 0800 246 1947.