If your sash windows, frames or sills are in need of some TLC, we can offer varying techniques to solve common problems such as minor or major rot, cord renewal and window rebalancing.
At Sash Window Preservation we are market leaders in double glazing existing frames. How? By creating a deeper rebate in the original frame this allows us to fit in a slim double glazed unit.
Our special draught excluder is fitted in the meeting rail along with the staff and parting beads. This leads to vast improvements to the thermal performance of the window and heat retention.
We have restored, repaired and renovated many sash windows belonging to schools, halls, estates and other commercial buildings. Just take a look at some of our successes.
“ We want to record our appreciation of the commitment, energy, humour, and professionalism of the variety off men who worked here, and particularly of the advice and help given by Chris, and more recently Alex. It would encourage us to mention your firm to others. ”— Mr & Mrs Cobb, Sudbury
“ I was very happy with Darren and Jesse who completed the work. They were tidy, polite and careful workmen. ”— Mim Ramsby, Norwich
“ I'm very happy with the whole work that has been done in my house. Quality looks good and personnel has been very friendly and professional. Well done! ”— Franscesco Fullin, Norwich
“ Thank you for the work that you carried out on our sash windows at 45 Tenterleas, St ives. We are really impressed with the renovation of the original sliding sash window, and the clean state that everything was left in (despite the awful weather!) ”— Anthony Challinor, St Ives
“ It's always such a pleasure when a company exceeds your already high expectations. From the initial site survey to works completion (I should mention I am a professional project manager) they did a marvellous job and my client was thrilled. ”— Louise Negri-Wibberley, Cley
“ Great Service. Excellent job. Super friendly. No more draughts. The fitters were great. Helpful, polite, friendly, clean and tidy. We have a lot more work to come so we will stay in touch. ”— Paul and Michelle Mersh, Colchester