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At ASPECT Windows and Doors we supply and fit an extensive range of uPVC windows, doors and conservatories. Our manufacturing and quality control services combined with our highly trained and experienced fitters ensure that all our customers are happy and content when the work is complete.

Conservatory, Windows and Doors for your Ware property

Ware is a town close to the county town of Hertford. It is also a civil parish in East Hertfordshire district. The Prime Meridian passes to the east of Ware.

Archaeology has shown that Ware has been occupied since at least the Mesolithic period. The Romans had a sizable settlement here and foundations of several buildings, including a temple, and two cemeteries have been found. A well preserved Roman skeleton of a teenage girl has also been found. Ware was on Ermine Street, the Roman road from London to Lincoln. It has been said that Ware is one of the oldest continuously occupied sites in Europe.

The modern name of the town dates from the Anglo-Saxon period when weirs were built to stop the invading Vikings from escaping in their longships after defeat by Alfred the Great in a battle near Ware. It was also a great coaching town, being on the Old North Road, less than a days journey from London. In the 17th century Ware became the source of the New River, constructed to bring fresh water to London.

Mary I had Thomas Fust burned at the stake in Ware for refusing to convert to Catholicism.

The Ware Mutiny occurred on 15 November 1647, between the First and the Second English Civil War at Corkbush Field, when soldiers were ordered to sign a declaration of loyalty to Thomas Fairfax, the commander in chief of the New Model Army, and the Army Council. When some with Leveller sympathies refused to do this they were arrested, and one of the ringleaders, Private Richard Arnold, was court-martialled and shot.

62 children were sent to Ware after the Great Fire of London.

In 1683, the Rye House Plot involved assassinating Charles II after he passed through Ware. The plot failed.

ASPECT Windows and Doors are a professional, family run business with many years in the trade. We have a long list of very satisfied customers in and around the Ware area. Your home deserves the very finest quality products, fitted by a professional and caring company who will not cut corners.

We are often working in or around the Ware area, supplying and fitting conservatories, windows and doors. Why not check out the rest of our website for further information about our products and services.

A little about Ware

Archaeology has proved that Ware has been occupied since at least the Mesolithic period, which ended about 4000 BC. The Romans had a rather large settlement here and foundations of several buildings, including a temple, and two cemeteries have been found. A well preserved Roman skeleton of a teenage girl has also been found.

Ware was on Ermine Street, the Roman road from London to Lincoln. It has been argued that Ware is one of the oldest continuously occupied sites in Europe.

The modern name of Ware dates from the Anglo-Saxon period when weirs were built to stop the invading Vikings from escaping in their longships after defeat by Alfred the Great in a battle near Ware. It was also a popular coaching town, being on the Old North Road, less than a days journey from the capital. In the 17th century Ware became the source of the New River, constructed to bring fresh water into London.

King Henrys daughter Mary Tudor, otherwise known as Bloody Mary had Thomas Fust burned at the stake in Ware for refusing to convert to Catholicism.

The Ware Mutiny occurred on 15 November 1647, between the First and the Second English Civil War at Corkbush Field, when soldiers were ordered to sign a declaration of loyalty to Thomas Fairfax, the commander in chief of the New Model Army, and the Army Council. When some with Leveller sympathies refused to do this they were arrested, and one of the ringleaders, Private Richard Arnold, was court martialled and executed by firing squad.

In 1683, the Rye House Plot that was concerned with assassinating King Charles II after he passed through Ware failed to succeed.

Englands first turnpike or toll road ran from Wadesmill to Ware. Ware was also once a major centre of malting. As an old brewing town and some of the old maltings still stand, although none functional any longer, barley was transported in, and beer out via the river.

Tragedy struck the town on 25 January 1990 when a 15 year old local girl was killed by a falling tree, she was one of 39 people to die in a storm that caused havoc throughout Britain that year

Some benefits of replacement doors and windows and conservatories for your Ware property.

  • Unlike timber frames, our uPVC frames are virtually maintenance free.
  • Modern double glazed units help to regulate the temperature of your home better.
  • Our windows, doors and conservatories look great and enhance your home, they also add value to your property.
  • Our products are modern and constructed from the finest materials, using the latest manufacturing technology.
  • Our doors, windows and conservatories offer superior security to your home.
  • Double glazed units help you to save money on fuel bills as they retain heat far better than single glazing and help to keep the cold out too.

Whether it's a conservatory or replacement double glazed windows and doors you require for your Ware property, we are the company to call! A conservatory supplied and fitted by us will give you a genuine feel good factor as well as increasing your living space, whereas our windows and doors are superb at reducing noise and improving your overall security. So if you live in or around the Ware area and have been thinking about improving your property and quality of life, why not give us a call.

Why not contact ASPECT Windows and Doors for a no obligation quote today?

Further Information

If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01438 311 412, email us at enquiries@aspectwindowsanddoors.co.uk or fill in our contact form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.

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