This old listed building window had been boarded up for years ,we got it opening again introduced a transom and double glazed the top arch.
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
Back the Glade Road again this week with some more sliding sash windows .All the top windows were fully replaced with new double glazed sashes and frames while the bottom windows were instead fully paint stripped , serviced with draught … Read More
The new garage frame was constructed from treated 4 x 2’s and was herring bone braced to stop any movement .Cladded and tiled in cedar shingle for maximum insulation and protection with the old doors recycled from the old garage … 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
Both sills were fully replaced in hardwood and re-joined using a slot tenoning method. All the rot to the window jambs and sills has now been fully removed and replaced in hardwood with without the use of any filler bring them … Read More