Timber sash window restoration.
Sash window restoration service which transforms decayed and damaged windows, upgrading them and protecting them for the future. Sash window insulation not only improves thermal performance, it also protects the window.
Features and benefits:
L10/10 Wood windows
L10/210 Wood windows
UK exposure category
To BS 6375-1, 800 Pa.
To BS EN 12207: 600 Pa (Class 3).
To BS EN 12208: Result: 250 Pa (Class 6A).
Resistance to wind load
To BS EN 12211: 2000 Pa, Class A5.
Acoustic performance rating
Increases performance of a window by 6–10 dB (A).
Frame colour/ finish
Insert requirement from RAL classic range.
Insert requirement from TRC stain range.
White - RAL 9016.
Insert requirements, consult with manufacturer for information.
Comprehensive collection of sash window furniture available in elegant, classic styles to suit all eras.
Pulleys, handles, fasteners, lifts and stops available in a wide range of finishes, bespoke designs are available.
Sash removal system
Repair and restoration
Decayed and damaged timber is gently prised out from windows, frames and sills, retaining as much of the original wood as possible. Where decay is severe, sections of timber is replaced with new joinery work to closely match the original.
Whole cills or cill fronts can be replaced seamlessly to match the original window profile.
The remaining timber is treated with a multi-stage epoxy resin repair system called Repair Care Smooth. Using specialist tools, the surface of the repair is carefully smoothed to match the shape of the original timber, so that it blends seamlessly.
Finally, the window is stained or painted as required.
Draftfix system which typically uses a weather pile with a central fin, fixed into a plastic carrier which is rebated into the casement.
The weather pile prevents dust and dirt ingress, and the central fin contributes to air tightness.
All the seals are rebated into the casement, which means no unsightly, protruding, face-fixed seals.
Draught proofing is applied to three places around a sash window; the staff bead, on the bottom rail of the lower sash, also known as the sash stop.
The meeting rail, where the two sashes overlap across the centre of the window and the parting bead, at the top of the upper sash, in the centre of the frame.
Verified to BS 6375-1.
Heritage Casement Windows
Heritage Casement Windows-Side Hung
Heritage Sash Windows - Double
Heritage Sash Windows - Single
Heritage Sash Windows - Triple
Traditional Box Sash Windows - Double
Traditional Box Sash Windows - Single
Traditional Box Sash Windows - Triple
Traditional Flush Casement Timber Windows - Direct Glazed
Traditional Flush Casement Timber Windows - Double Direct Glazed