Here at Enfield Windows we pride ourselves on being able to replicate stained glass windows and to match any bespoke design.
This was something that came in handy on our recent installation of timber bifold doors in Finchley, north London.
As is often the case, our client found our company by searching online for timber windows and doors.
Our sales representative, Nick, visited the property, which still retained the original timber French doors with decorative stained glass in each top-light. Our client was very specific that the replacement stained glass should match the original design.
Stained glass workshop visit
At Enfield Windows, our clients can even visit the stained glass workshop to pick out coloured glass styles and layouts to ensure they are exactly what they want.
After the full quotation was sent over, the client came back and placed the order and a survey was arranged.
For products such as timber bifold doors or detailed windows, full CAD drawings are created, allowing the client a clear view of the spacing of the frames, the glazing layouts and opening directions.
After everything was signed off the order went into production. There’s a six to eight week lead time due to the various processes our timber goes through, from the cutting of the profiles to assembly and painting. All doors are constructed in the factory to ensure they leave in full working order.
Two weeks before delivery an installation date is booked in with our clients. All our Installers are experienced and have a great eye for detail, and unlike many other companies we choose not to work on a schedule of rates scheme which can often lead to a rushed job or corners being cut.
We pride ourselves on the quality of product and workmanship which is featured in so many of our blogs and most importantly our Google reviews.
As the pictures show, the finished article is a flawless new timber bi-folding door with stunning replica stained glass units. Our client was so thrilled with the installers and the product that he has asked us to quote for work on the rest of his property.