Bay Windows

Often associated with Victorian architecture, bay windows became popular around the 1870s and are used to increase the flow of light into buildings, and provide the illusion of a larger room.

Bay windows are commonly manufactured from dimensional stones such as Ancaster Hard White, Portland and Bath stone.

We hold stocks of these materials in block form, and can create all forms of bespoke architectural masonry to your precise requirements in our Cambridge workshops.

A comprehensive fixing service is available, or we can work to your specification on a supply only basis.

We have worked closely with Ivett & Reed for some years now and can not fault their quality and workmanship, which is of the highest standard.

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