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Manitoba Restoration & Conservation Directory: Yarrow Sash & Door Company

The Manitoba Restoration & Conservation Directory features construction tradespeople, architects, consultants, and material suppliers who are available to support heritage conservation and restoration projects in Manitoba. By compiling and distributing this Directory as a public service, the Manitoba Historical Society does not endorse the people and companies in it and will not be held responsible for the quality of materials and work.

Primary Service/Product

Windows & Doors

Secondary Service/Product



Yarrow Sash & Door is particularly interested in the unique challenges and enduring rewards of historical restoration and reproduction projects. Whether recreating the design and construction of period windows and doors for a new addition or restoring the sash, frame and glazing of authentic period pieces, our team of skilled craftsmen apply their custom techniques and detailed expertise to ensure authenticity. Yarrow takes the time to craft the smallest details - including putty glazed true divided lites and traditional joinery.

Heritage Projects

Yarrow has completed window and/or door restoration and replication on the following historical buildings:

Red River College Princess Street Campus
Manitoba Legislative Building
St. Boniface Museum / Grey Nuns Convent
Assiniboine Park Pavilion
Maison Gabrielle-Roy House
Wilson House
St. Luke’s Anglican Church
Dauphin Canadian Northern Railway Station
St. Andrew's-on-the-Red Anglican Church
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
St. Margaret’s Anglican Church
Birks Building
Manitoba Provincial Law Courts
First Church of Christ Scientist
Wesley Hall
Portage la Prairie CPR Station
Ralph Connor House
Artspace Gault Building
Manitoba Lieutenant Governor’s House
Grain Exchange Building
The Former Dominion Bank Building
The St. Norbert Arts Centre at the Guest House
Holy Trinity Metropolitan Cathedral
Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg / Former CPR Station
Union Bank Tower and Annex
Woman’s Tribute Memorial Lodge
Travellers Building
President's Residence at University of Saskatchewan
St. Boniface Hospital
Prairie Skills Church

Mailing Address

969 Fife Street, Winnipeg, MB R2X 2T9






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