Handmade Wooden Windows by

Cambridge Classics

Within our own joinery we can create stunning and bespoke wooden windows to enhance the look and feel of your home

Cambridge Classics are extremely proud to be embarking on a new journey of assembling our own wooden windows with bench joinery here at our Cambridge premises

  • Case study

    Before assembly of the windows


    Our specialist craftsman is working on this window which contains weights and cords. He is carefully fitting the pulley wheels

     

  • Case study

    Assembling our own windows using bench joinery


    Bench joinery is the preparation, setting out, and manufacture of joinery components

  • Case study

    Sanding and cutting the cheeks


    Creating rebates. A rebate is a recess or groove cut into the edge of a piece of machinable material, usually wood. A rebate can be used to form a joint with another piece of wood

  • Case study

    Aligning Georgian bars and assembling the windows


    Our craftsmen are starting to assemble the finished product, an exciting stage in this highly skilled process

  • Case study

    Glazing


    We only use the very best materials when constructing our windows and for the glazing, we use industry-leading glass from Planitherm

  • Case study

    Fitting window furniture


    You can choose from a variety of window furniture, adding a personal touch to your bespoke finished product

  • Case study

    Sealing stage


    The final stage in our window construction process, the sealing stage. At this point, we make sure the final window is a solid and compact product

© Cambridge Classics Ltd, Registered in England No. 07930526

VAT Reg No. 800164089105. Showroom address: Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge, CB1 7BS

Cambridge Classics