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Hawkscroft Ltd are a traditional window company spanning two generations. Hawkscroft has a professional family interest along with a sense of enjoyment and appreciation in the work that we undertake on older buildings and listed properties.
We specialise in both conservation window work and contemporary window projects and it is fair to say that we have a vision and passion for this line of interesting and challenging work.
Managing Director Paddy Jones has worked in the window industry for over 15 years and has extensive experience in the area of conservation works and bespoke contemporary projects. Our team includes experienced and industry qualified carpenters and glaziers with the necessary experience to survey, manage and oversee site works. Paddy brings specialist glazing skills which include lead (lattice) window making, stained glass work and conservation practices. Father Toby Jones has over four decades of experience working with Listed and Historic Buildings and continues to run a traditional building (sister) company, established in 1990, which specialises in conservation, restoration and renovation works.
Hawkscroft Ltd is truly a family business which includes Phoebe Jones involved in office management, Diana Jones in administration, Sara Jones in the field of design and hand painted replacement stained glass and Kipper the border terrier holds the position of security operative (and of course breaker of many hearts).
Hawkscroft Ltd have undertaken a variety of conservation and new contract work in Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and the surrounding area for a number valued clients notably Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust on the Birthplace Building, Ann Hathaway’s Cottage, Mary Arden’s Farm, Hall’s Croft and New place buildings along with a large contract for Spitfire Bespoke Homes on their flagship Haseley Manor project near Warwick. Hawkscroft Ltd has also completed project work for award winning architects 'Design Storey', completed many more bespoke projects for private clients and worked on numerous churches, historic buildings and listed properties.