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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 Wheathamsted property

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 Wheathamsted 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 Wheathamsted 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 Wheathamsted

Settlements in the Wheathamsted area were made about 50 BC by Belgic invaders. They moved up the rivers Thames and Lea from what is now Belgium. Evidence for them was found in Devils Dyke, at the eastern side of Wheathampstead. The Devils Dyke earthworks are part of the remains of an ancient settlement of the Catuvellauni and thought to have been the tribes original capital. The capital was moved to Verlamion, which after the Roman conquest the Romans would rename Verulamium, which later would become the St Albans we know today in about 20 BC. The Devils Dyke is supposed to be where Julius Caesar defeated Cassivellaunus in 54 BC, although this claim is disputed. It has also been suggested that the dyke was part of the same defensive rampart as nearby Beech Bottom Dyke, which, if correct, would make the area one of the largest and most important British Iron Age settlements ever discovered.

Wheathamsted is recorded in the Domesday Book under the name Watamestede. It appears that a church existed at Wheathampstead before the Norman Conquest, as Wheathampstead was given by Edward the Confessor to Westminster Abbey, but it is very difficult to determine whether any portion of the present St Helens Church is of Saxon work. The original structure was demolished in the reign of Henry III, the oldest portion of the present church, in the chancel, is assigned to the year 1280.

It has also been claimed that in 1312 the barons who leagued against Edward II and his favourite Piers Gaveston, gathered their troops at Wheathampstead, and whilst there refused to receive emissaries from the Pope, although there seems to be no actual proof of this.

Rectors of Wheathamstead

Until 1859, Wheathampstead and Harpenden were part of a single rectory. Before that date, several of the rectors of Wheathampstead and Harpenden after 1238 went on to have unusually successful ecclesiastical careers.

  • Richard Sampson, who held the position in the 16th century, was in 1523 appointed Lord President of Wales, and in 1543 consecrated Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.
  • Richard Pate, another rector, was in 1554 consecrated Bishop of Worcester.
  • Lambert Osbaldeston was also master of Westminster School, and became more famous later for a controversy with Archbishop Laud; having used libellous language he was, in 1639, deprived of his living and fined 5,000.
  • Henry Killigrew, in 1661, was made Master of the Savoy.
  • John Lambe, whose father mainly devoted his life to the alleviation of the sufferings of prisoners, was also a rector, and was made Chaplain in Ordinary to William and Mary.
  • John Wheeldon (17731800) was the author of several works, and Queen Victoria's private tutor was also a former rector.

The village of Wheathamsted is close to Nomansland common, and slightly further away St Albans is situated.

Some benefits of replacement doors and windows and conservatories for your Wheathamstead 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 Wheathamsted 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 Wheathamsted 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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