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We have finally moved into our ‘forever home’ and we are settled!



Our team are enjoying the benefits of being based in Central Cambridge and so indeed are our customers. We’ve already have had some of our lovely clients popping by wishing us well, alongside potential new clients delighted to see our small range of sash windows, doors and shutters that we currently have on display.



Whilst our brand-new showroom is currently a work in progress, we are more than happy for you to drop by and see us. One of our lovely team will talk you through our currently available services.



As a long-established family business with strong connections to Cambridge, we feel incredibly fortunate to have found our ‘forever home’ here on Cherry Hinton Road. In our spare time, we are researching the history of our new premises (number 105) and the surrounding area. If you have any memories or stories you’d like to share with us please do get in touch, we would be delighted to hear from you.


The front of our new home is being given a lick of paint in our trademark dark grey to reflect our Cambridge Classics branding. It won’t be long until our beautiful logo will have a home on the front of our building, displaying Naomi Davies’s creation in its finest light – Take a look at this happening via our YouTube channel :


We recently welcomed a new team member to the Cambridge Classics team, Alex. He has joined our sales team and with his long pedigree in sales he has already hit the ground running, providing clients with quotes in Cambridge and the surrounding areas.



We’ve also been delighted to make all the Sub-Contractors that we have been working with over the last 2 years permanent members of staff, making us now a team of 23 and growing.



Fun Fact: The terms softwood and hardwood describe the leaves, seeds and structure of the trees rather than the type of wood they produce. So, the next time you pick up a piece of timber and think it’s a hardwood because, well, it’s hard – think again.