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April 2019

British summer time begins

 

The clocks have gone back and at last British summer time begins, giving us all time to enjoy the lighter evenings and hazy days of summer!

The last weekend of March 2019 saw us sponsoring and exhibiting at the Cambridge Home and Garden show in the Guildhall in Cambridge, it was so nice to see so many people attending, it was a great success, the team had a great time meeting and greeting new clients – we were also delighted to see lots of our previous clients too !

We had a fabulous competition to win an Accoya wood front door and our winner has now been notified – a delighted lady who lives in Cambridge just off a street very close to our hearts – Mill Road – watch this space for project photos!

Here at Cambridge Classics we have an office move on the horizon, have you spotted our countdown clock on the homepage of our website? We will also be starting to develop our brand-new showroom – as ever we have lots of exciting new ideas to create a stunning space true to Cambridge Classics style – we also have a very enthusiastic team to help.

This month all our craftsmen are busy installing windows and doors in some stunning properties in and around the Cambridge area, no job is too big or too small. All our windows/doors are bespoke and designed or like for like, they are all internally/externally decorated leaving you with a complete finished project.

This month in April 2019 alone we are fitting:

  • 53 Sash windows
  • 18 Casement windows
  • 1 Norfolk Slider
  • 7 Doors
  • 3 sets of French Doors
  • 1 set of Bi – Fold Doors
  • 1 Stable door
  • + shutters & stained glass in various projects !

Fun Fact: In the late 1600’s glass windows were considered a luxury, and even the wealthiest only had windows in their most important rooms. Windows were so prized that aristocrats who were away for months visiting their other estates would have their windows taken down and stored in their absence !