For over 25 years TRC Windows has specialised in bespoke high-quality timber windows and doors. Crafted with precision, integrity and care, our traditional timber sash and casement windows and our doors grace some of the country’s most prestigious homes, hotels and historic buildings.
Similarly, our Aluminium Clad and aluminium windows and doors perfectly suit high-end residential concepts, as well modern, energy-efficient commercial developments.
Please take a look at our short introductory film below for an overview of how we work.
Trinity Primary Academy is a primary school located in Bounds Green Road, Wood Green, London. It was built in 1899 by Mitchell and Butler and consists of yellow brick and red brick dressings, tiled roofs, irregular fenestrations and sash windows which give away its Queen Anne Revival style. Today it is currently categorized as a Grade II Listed building with Historic England and is also part of the Academies Enterprise Trust.
TRC were appointed as principal contractor by Barker Associates in May 2019 to carry out specialist window refurbishment works.
Before closing its doors in 2013, this fabulous building in Finsbury Park was owned by the Metropolitan Police and served as a working station for many years. It was designed and built in 1903 by the British architect John Dixon Butler (1861-1920), a fellow member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and an architect and surveyor to the Metropolitan Police.
His personal style and design can be seen in the Highbury Vale architecture through its strong municipal qualities including iron railings, inscribed lintels and stone dressings. The red brick façade and canted bay windows also lean gently towards its Edwardian heritage.
Situated in the heart of Central London 55-91 Knightsbridge, Knightsbridge Gate was built in 1902 and was originally designed for the Church Commissioners by architect WD Caroe. This distinguished building was one of London’s first retail promenades and it has managed to maintain its sizeable footprint in SW1 ever since.
Spanning a staggering 120m in length, and covering an entire block of busy Knightsbridge, this exquisite Grade II listed building has undergone a recent and sympathetic redevelopment. In doing so it has seamlessly managed to balance its elegant Edwardian façade, along with its clean-line modern-day interior.
From a project’s first concept, we work closely with architects and designers to capture the building’s essence and translate this into stylish, high-performance window and door designs.
Our team of craftsmen then carefully fabricate the windows and doors, using high-quality, sustainably-sourced timbers.
Our installation team then takes over, working closely alongside architects, main contractors and specialist sub-contractors to bring our expertise for a perfect finish.