A new Accoya bottom rail made with slot tenons at both ends.This was for a listed property in Maidenhead that also needed new sash cords and draught excluder.
This Edwardian square bay has been repaired badly many times, including shortening the height of the bay by 6 inches and then adding bricks below to avoid doing the work properly. This time around we have made new double glazed … Read More
This grade 2 listed building near the castle is around 250 years old.The top sash meeting rail has dropped at both ends because both tenons have completely rotted .The solution was to take out the sash and bring it to … Read More
These wooden sash replacements have been made with a squinted glazing bar arrangement to match like for like the old timber sashes that had rotted on a listed building in Buckinghamshire .The sills needed some repair work before the new … Read More
This is a 1920’s bungalow in Marlow Bucks, that had a rotten sill and the curved glass had a large crack running down it. We pre made a new curved hardwood sill as well as pre ordering a new curved … Read More
All new external window architraving replacement ( in 1st grade oak ) for a listed building in Reading Berks.This 350 year old buildings old external architraving has all perished away and is being replaced to match the existing mouldings exactly … Read More
Roselyn revisited 15 years after it was installed.The original veranda was so rotten it wasn’t safe to walk on or under.We made a completely new veranda coping the dimensions of the original like for like to the finest detail even … Read More
18 critical windows were fully replaced using the highest possible grade of oak, the old rusted metal frames and casements were carefully removed to have the rust sandblasted off them including some re-welding before being repainted using 4 coats of Hammerite.The … Read More