Cheshunt Installation – Bow Bay windows, 3 Panel standatd PVCu Windows and Back door with Frame fitted by The Canon Windows Install Team.

Cheshunt Installation - Bow Bay windows


 The Borough of Cheshunt

The town name comes from the Old English name ‘Cestrehunt’ (as recorded in the Domesday Book) for the area.
This probably refers to a “castle, erected by the Romans”.

The word cestre (along with the form ceastre), or even its modern forms, chester and caster being derived from the Latin castrum meaning “fort”. This is also commemorated in the arms of the former Cheshunt urban district council.

Cheshunt was a settlement on Ermine Street, the main Roman road leading north from London.
This origin was investigated by the television archaeology programme Time Team.

Before the Norman Conquest, the manor of Cheshunt was held by Eddeva the Fair, but William I granted it to Alan of Brittany.

The parish church of St Mary the Virgin was first recorded in a charter of 1146. It was entirely rebuilt between 1418 and 1448 with a three-stage tower topped by an octagonal turret.

Its horse drawn railway was also the first passenger-carrying monorail and the first railway line to be built in Hertfordshire.

 More about Bow Bay Windows

Double Glazed Bow Bay windows to the front of the property can really enhance the look of your home.
Bay windows are also specially designed windows that create an area in a home filled with light.

They highlight the view of the outdoors, such as the garden or the stables.
They are also often designed with window seats because people like to sit in the windows and relax.

This type of window is very common in Victorian architecture and also some schools of modern design.
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