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Specialists in window preservation, restoration and replacement - IWP Dansk

IWP started out in 1982 in Wetherby, West Yorkshire, as an importer of timber wood treatments and finishes from Europe – serving as the inspiration for our name ‘International Wood Protection Denmark’.

During this period of expansion we became a major distributor for a Dutch timber repair systems and wood stain product manufacturer, enabling home owners to repair rather than replace. A product we still distribute and a service we still offer today!

After some formative successful years we outgrew our premises in Leeds and moved to Wakefield. During this time we became limited in 1987 and have diversified and built on our reputation since. Now with a 30 year trading history we have built a strong reputation in the construction industry and become market leaders in all aspects of our company operations.

Surviving many recessions and growing in the booms we still remain a successful family run business with ethical core values, a depth of practical and technical experience and an ever adaptive mentality to providing a high quality service with repeat business.

In recent years we have further expanded and grown to develop coverage in Yorkshire, London and the North East, working with clients of all types, from main contractors, councils, universities, home owners and heritage trusts.

We are a restoration and joinery contractor specialising in windows and preserving heritage buildings. We have worked on buildings such as, lighthouses, churches from as far back as the 11th Century, new build facades, 1960’s buildings and many more!

We are your solution to the window of success!

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We invite you to take a look around our website where you can see the varied and experienced services we offer as well a snapshot of some of the projects we are working on. Do also check out our accreditations and policies and our news to keep up to date with what IWP Dansk are up to.

Kieran Davies (Managing Director)

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