Norwood was founded in 1999. They are a Polish/Norwegian company specializing in window and door production. They have a full range of windows and doors which are distinctive for the Scandinavian market and in line with nature. Norwood is a family-run business of which its origins go back to 1948, the third generation of which has been dealing with production of H windows. Today, thanks to experience and investment in cutting-edge technology, the company is one of the key companies clustered around Group H. Norwood produce, sell and popularize H system woodwork themselves producing their whole range of windows and doors.
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Current certification schemes:
Enhanced Security (PAS24)
HBWH1 and HBWH1A Single Timber Door
Tilt and Turn Timber Casement Window with Optional Aluminium Cladding
Fully Reversible Top Swing / Side Swing and Fixed Timber Casement Window with Optional Aluminium Cladding
Fully Reversible Top Swing (Classic / OPUS), Side Swing and Direct Glazed Aluminium Clad Timber Casement Window
HBWH2 and HBWH2A Outward Opening Double Leaf Timber Door including optional Aluminium Cladding
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