Windows for conservation areas & listed buildings

Beautiful low maintenance timber alternative


Heritage Design for 21st Century Living

Replicate 19th Century Timber Window Designs With Modern Features And Benefits.

Planning authorities have taken a more modern approach to approving the use of The Residence Collection in conservation areas because of its authentic design. It has been designed to aesthetically replicate the documented historical window designs from the 19th Century and, therefore, has been approved for use in many areas across the UK.

The Residence Collection has also been fitted in some listed buildings. However, the local authority uses listed building consent to make decisions that balance the site’s historic significance against other issues, such as its function, condition, or viability. With listed building consent, it is not always just about the aesthetic; it can sometimes be about material choices.

AVAILABLE TO VIEW AT OUR SHOWROOM Conservation areas brochure

Conservation Area Approved

Over the years, The Residence Collection windows and doors have been widely accepted in Conservation Areas and Grade II listed buildings across the UK.

19th Century timber windows were hand crafted and in order to truly replicate the features of this window style, The Residence Collection combines modern machining processes with the eye of a craftsman. A range of authentic styles and configurations, allows you to recreate and preserve traditional details, redefining modern windows and doors.

Traditional sightlines

Flush sash authentically replicates 19th Century timber window and door aesthetics, maintaining equal sightlines.

Decorative detailing

Bespoke sections that typically replicate deep decorative detailing inside and the chamfered putty line outside. 

Case Study

Residence Collection R9

Horn Hill Cottage

Case Study

Residence Collection R9

Grained white

A true classic colour and the most popular choice for Residence customers.
White has an enduring visual appeal. A perfect traditional look; white represents peacefulness, a quality that every household aspires towards.

Case Study

Residence Collection R9

No 10 Black

Named after the famous Downing Street door, it is imposing and authoritative looking. A staple and fashionable colour for many, it radiates strength and sends a clear message to passers-by that your property is to be taken seriously.

Case Study

Residence Collection R9

Installation in the beautiful village of Heytesbury near Warminster by Thermaglaze

Case Study

Residence Collection R7

The Cookes

The Clearglaze process

We pride ourselves on offering the very best experience for our customers throughout every stage of the process.
Known fondly as the “Clearglaze experience" .

From quote to installation, we make it easy for you!

"Thanks for very good service throughout the whole process. Thanks to Jason for his excellent fitting and finishing, a very neat and tidy job."

A C – Windows, Hinton Charterhouse








What our customers say

Don’t just take our word for it. Hear what our customers have to say!

You were able to offer us a slimline frame which matched the original windows and look more stylish than the thicker uPVC frames.

Mr & Mrs D.S

Slimline uPVC Window, Wincanton

No charge for sales on-site visit (others need commitment before site visit).


Bi Fold Door, Slimline Windows, Taunton

The Clearglaze Family

Like the look of our service and products but not based in our catchment area? Take a look at our 2 sister companies in the surrounding area.


Established in Warminster, we cover the following areas: Frome, Westbury, Trowbridge, Melksham, Gillingham, Shaftesbury, and Devizes.