This is your opportunity to meet the biggest collection of listed building suppliers and experts under one roof. If you are maintaining, altering or renovating a listed home – or even looking to buy one – The Listed Property Show is not to be missed! It’s a unique opportunity to research and explore the world of listed properties and take your queries directly to hundreds of experts. Conservation consultants, builders, developers and suppliers are on hand to discuss your project.
Over 150 of the countries leading experts will be at the show to give advice and guidance. Many will be giving practical demonstrations including plaster and lead work, window restoration, lime mortar, master carvers, brickwork and paint. Other exhibitors include Historic England, architectural historians as well as many commercial suppliers of products particularly suitable for period homes.
THE CN GLASS EXHIBITION STAND
Visit our stand to see a selection of our most popular windows for listed properties, including our timber windows and modern slim heritage windows, which provide warmth and security of double glazing without compromising the appearance of your home. Our experts will be on hand to discuss the work you have planned and offer guidance. When looking to improve the thermal performance of a building the windows are a component where there are many factors to consider. The outright replacement of the windows in Listed buildings can be considered inappropriate, for conservation reasons, but we can help with the sympathetic and quality restoration where needed.
Many of our clients are looking to replace their old energy-inefficient windows with a modern option that saves them money on their heating bills. That was the case for our clients in this attractive modern reconstituted stone detached property in the North Oxfordshire village of Deddington.
Although the stone facade of this period home looks beautiful, the owners were acutely aware that their inefficient single glazing was making their home draughty, cold, and damp, which in turn was causing their energy bills to rise dramatically.