//IWP Dansk & Home Owners

IWP Dansk is at the forefront of repairing and replacing timber window frames for homeowners throughout the UK. Over the years, we have developed processes for replacing or refurbishing windows using timber that minimises water retention to provide a truly low maintenance product.

We not only repair and refurbish on site but having our own factory means we can manufacture tailor made frames that complement the existing structure and can be painted any colour to match the existing fixtures.

For homeowners located in conservation areas, the need to sympathetically blend with the surrounding area becomes even more paramount. We have many years’ experience in working with local conservation officers to ensure full compliance with the myriad of rules and regulations.

Retaining the original window frames, wherever we can, is always our number one priority and we believe that original timber fittings add considerably to the environmental impact on the surrounding area.

IWP Dansk is at the forefront of repairing and replacing timber window frames for homeowners throughout the UK. Over the years, we have developed processes for replacing or refurbishing windows using timber that minimises water retention to provide a truly low maintenance product.

We not only repair and refurbish on site but having our own factory means we can manufacture tailor made frames that complement the existing structure and can be painted any colour to match the existing fixtures.

For homeowners located in conservation areas, the need to sympathetically blend with the surrounding area becomes even more paramount. We have many years’ experience in working with local conservation officers to ensure full compliance with the myriad of rules and regulations.

Retaining the original window frames, wherever we can, is always our number one priority and we believe that original timber fittings add considerably to the environmental impact on the surrounding area.


  • The Old Post Office

  • Washington village, Tyne & Wear, on the outskirts of Sunderland, lies in the heart of Washington, one of the New Towns of the 1960’s. In 1975 the village was declared a conservation area and strategies put in place to retain the original character of the area – despite its increase in population and a new industries moving into the area.One of the key features of the conservation strategy was to avoid the use of modern materials such as upvc and repair rather than replace the original timber framed windows.

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  • Sash Window Double Glazing.

  • Sunderland home owner, Mr Davies, wished to improve the energy efficiency of his Victorian home by installing replacement double glazing. Being located in a conservation area, he contacted his local conservation officer to enquire about replacing the current casement windows that had been installed in the 1980’s and which he believed spoiled the look of the property.

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  • Warcop House

  • Warcop House, is a large 13 bedroom grade II listed Georgian property, located in the historic Cumbrian village of Warcop. Dating from the 19th Century, the main house with its imposing portico pillared entrance, had its first floor windows originally refurbished by us prior to the whole site being put on the market.

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