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.
“ I wanted to just write to you to say I'm delighted with the bay window and further more to say Jesse and Darren who carried out the work are extremely professional, helpful and an excellent representatives of your company. I have been in recruitment for over 25 years and so I see a lot of applicants and both workers are superb. I would base on their professionalism and workmanship highly recommend the company. ”— Jacky Lloyd, Huntingdon
“ The lads that came over were super. They did a great job and were really polite and tidied up after themselves. Very impressed with your service! ”— Mr Newcombe, Beccles
“ Thank you and the team for your excellent work. We are extremely pleased. ”— Keith, Attleborough
“ Sash Window Preservation renovated four sash windows. They were punctual, charming, helpful, tidy and finished the job on time for a very competitive price. I would recommend them without reservation. ”— Mr Hyde, Norwich
“ Jess came on Sat to do the work as agreed, came early in the morning so got an early start and worked solidly through, seems to have done a fine job thanks! The draught proofing looks like it will make quite a difference. Will recommend the company to others. ”— Andrew Plunkett, London
“ 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