While it’s undeniable that box sash windows were popular in Victorian homes, it doesn’t imply you can’t get them in your modern home. Additionally, with well-maintained and cleaned box sash windows, you may create an impression of originality and charm inside your home. However, like with all wonderful things, they too have a cost. This is what it costs to keep everything running smoothly.
Cost-Effective Window Work
If you’re looking for a cost-effective option, don’t rip out your old windows. We can quickly repair, restore, and install box window frames while assuring that our staff with years of expertise preserves the authenticity of your frame.
With years of experience under our belt, we have what it takes to get the job done. What’s more, our team highly focuses on ensuring that punctuality is never an issue. They will arrive on time and leave before you even know it.
Your Chosen Team for Box Sash Window Repair
We have the necessary tools and skills to perform the methods of putting on your box sash windows, thanks to our years of combined experience. Furthermore, it has always been our highest focus to meet the needs and achieve our clients’ objectives via the use of cutting-edge technology. We are experts in the process of box sash window restoration, repair, and replacement, and we can improve the durability and security of your windows in no time at all.
We do not expect you to engage in a deal with us based on a single customer testimonial. We make available customer testimonials that witness the high quality of our service and products. One recent project on which our team worked, for example, required our undivided focus because of the seriousness of the harm that had been done. As can be seen in the photographs below, a significant amount of work was completed.
Our last case was home in Dulwich, London. This home consisted of 4 window bays that needed retrofitting double glazing done. All of this while including two meeting rail repairs and two bottom rail repairs. Our team carried out all repairs and glazing on site.
The glazing bars were then laminated onto one pane of glass internally, and an external bead was applied to give the visual effect of multiple panes. This is only noticeable when the viewers get a close up of the windows. This was also a conservation property, and the planning was approved using our method of maintaining the original windows.