We have over 20 years experience in the Window Services industry and take great pride in offering a competitive service for all the areas shown. We are happy to travel to these areas for any size work. We have no minimum order or any call out charges.
Baldock - Berkhampsted - Borehamwood – Broxbourne – Cheshunt - Harpenden
Hatfield - Hertford – Hitchin - Hoddesdon - Hemel Hempstead - Letchworth - Potters Bar
Royston - St Albans – Stevenage - Ware - Watford - Welwyn Garden City
Please feel free to enquire if you are outside of these areas and we would be more than happy to discuss your requirements. Our experience and service is first class and we will do all we can to accommodate your requirements.
R & R Window Workshop is dedicated to offering a range of sash and casement window renovation, draught proofing and Double glazing services. Our aim is to restore and renovate period windows using traditional materials and skills..
We provide a one stop service for Restoration and Draught proofing, Period Single Glazing, Small Repairs, Heritage Double Glazing, Decorating Service for Windows, Grade 1 & Grade 2 Period Properties, New Sash Inserts.
Contact R & R Window Workshop to arrange your for free quote or to discuss your requirements for all sash and casement window renovation, draught proofing and Double glazing services.We provide a one stop service for Restoration services.
Hertford is the county town of Hertfordshire. The name is Anglo Saxon and means the ford frequented by harts or stags. Hertford has the remains of Hertford Castle. Hertford Castle was a Royal Palace for over 300 years. The River Lea runs through Hertford on its way to London. Located on the A10 which provides a link into North London. History Around the Norman Conquest the River Lea formed a natural boundary between the Danelaw to the north and Saxon Wessex to the south. Bengeo and Hertingfordbury Saxon villages already existed at and in the early 900s Edward The Elder, son of Alfred The Great, founded two fortified settlements, north and south of the Lee crossing from this 2 towns evolved.