Environment - George Barnsdale


Inside the mind of the developer – Property Development and retrofit

Paul Iddon RIBA and VP-Manchester Society of Architects recently spoke to our brilliant client Julia Webb from Dorrington about all […]

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George Barnsdale rooted in local community with school tree planting

As part of its commitment to the local community, George Barnsdale has been giving local children a lesson in sustainability […]

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George Barnsdale’s commitment to the circular economy

Prior to Covid 19 all anyone was talking about was zero carbon 2030. Architects have been doing more than most […]

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5 things to ask a timber window manufacturer

Choosing a timber window and door supplier can be a real challenge. On the face of it, they are all […]

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Are we taking the climate crisis and sustainability seriously enough?

Windows in any colour but always green The world is finally waking up to the climate emergency. The UK Government […]

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Hardwood or softwood – which is best?

“Hardwood always lasts longer” – a myth! When it comes to timber windows and doors, there is a common misconception […]

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uPVC versus timber – which is better for the environment?

In a study carried out by Heriot-Watt University’s Institute of Building and Urban Design on behalf of the Wood Window […]

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Why are timber windows so much better for the environment?

There is a lot of debate about what is the best window and door product for the environment and hopefully […]

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Environmentally Friendly Manufacture

Is timber the environmentally friendly choice for the manufacture of windows and doors?   Everything we do has an impact […]

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