Great design endures. It enriches the built environment and contributes to the narrative of the community.

A building’s windows and doors are the connection between the interior and exterior worlds. A key component of design integrity, they can make a statement, or blend discreetly into the building's fabric.

For historic buildings, the windows and doors are a vital way to capture the essence of the past and enhance the future.


At TRC we know that good design is imperative. We’re committed to working in partnership with architects, contractors and clients on every project, ensuring the windows and doors perfectly fulfil their design brief in terms of style and performance.


Our standard range of products has been styled with careful attention to the visual demands of modern and historic architecture. These windows and doors come with numerous choices of timber, finish, glazing and ironmongery to make each project unique.

Explore the possibilities on our product pages. Or, contact us to discuss your preferences.


We also design performance into all our windows and doors, with choices to suit both a project’s technical demands and its budget. Our standard range holds testing certification from independent UKAS accredited testing houses, BM Trada and Wintech. See our technical section, or ask us for details.


For buildings which require something unique, we offer a bespoke design and manufacturing service. We’re proud that many prestigious buildings across the UK feature bespoke windows and doors created at TRC – for example Somerset House, The Grosvenor Hotel, Blackpool Tower Ball Rooms.

We manufacture precisely to architects’ designs; or offer our own in-house design service - whichever is preferred.

Please browse our bespoke design page for full details of our approach. Or of course, call our in-house design team to discuss your requirements.

We also offer building restoration services - visit the TRC Restoration website, or call us today.
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