After what seems like an eternity, the windows in the Training Room have been completed – and they look fab!
Here is what they looked like before –
The wood was rotten (in fact one of the arched windows fell out when we removed the plaster work around it) and every pane was a different type of glass – frosted, clear, opaque, patterned with dimples, patterned with ridges, tinted, mottled – you name it, it was here.
The wooden windows are exact copies of what was there before even down to the small square opening segment in the middle of the square windows.
With a new coat of paint, the new windows look absolutely fabulous compared to the old, rotten ones.
Now we need to focus on the metal protective covering which is on the outside wall of each window.
These are badly rusted and damaged causing rust to flow down the external stonework so they need removed, de-rusted, repaired and re-painted – if that’s possible. If not, they’ll need replaced.
Onwards and upwards. 😀