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 are very pleased with the refurbishment of our windows at Thurlow House, and the works carried out by Gary and the team. ”— Mr Hall, Badwell Ash, Suffolk
“ A massive thank you for my new double glazed sash window. I am very impressed with the customer service from start to finish The craftsmen on site were extremely polite and very knowledgeable in their product and installation. I can not praise you enough of your expert service ”— Matthew Payne, North Walsham
“ Thanks for all the hard work in double glazing my sash windows, most noticeable in the kids room where we don't have water running down the window any more! ”— Mrs Massie, Saffron Walden
“ Excellent service. Really impressed with the quality of the work. Highly recommend them, very polite, met their obligations and did more jobs when I asked them. ”— Mr Ellington, Norwich
“ Thanks very much for completing the works. We are very happy with the end results and it was just in time for the cold weather. ”— Mr & Mrs Underhill, Norwich
“ Well after being quoted by another company who failed to turn up for the work, the guys at Sash Window Preservation were quick in getting their quote in and creating time to get the work completed (even working some weekends). The sash windows rattled and were draughty, but now thanks to the guys we have windows to be proud of. ”— Mr & Mrs Rose, Norfolk