Ongoing restoration works at the Lion Saltworks in Cheshire over this Summer has strengthened our reputation for maintaining historic elegance.
The Bootle Glass Team is well known for our dedication to conservation and heritage and have built a sold reputation as the first choice in window preservation.
A spectacular project to restore The Florrie, a Grade II listed Victorian visitor attraction in Liverpool was completed in 2013 and followed by a groundbreaking restoration scheme at Yorkshire’s Wentworth Castle to restore the conservatory to its former glory.
More recent refurbishments include detailed work on venetian shelters at the regal King’s Gardens in Southport earlier this year and xxx at the Lion Salt Works, a historic open-pan salt making site that is being transformed into a unique heritage attraction to be opened in Spring 2015.
From stained glass church windows to large-scale restoration projects and energy efficiency updates, we cover all areas of conservation, restoration and installation. Through our highly experienced team and broad range of specialities we work closely with planners, specifiers architects and English Heritage to restore and replace historic windows to their former majesty and preserve function and charm.
Bootle Glass are closed from Tursday 20th December and will re-open on Thursday 3rd January at 8am.
We would like to wish all of our customers a Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year