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.
Damaged by wear and tear the rebate on this listed building sliding sash window meeting rail need to be replaced. Each sash weighed 50kg making to job much harder due to the sashes needing to be taken downstairs to be … Read More
Another wooden window repair this time its a casement sash that needed repairs this summer that was again delivered to me house by the customer and collected a few hours later fully repaired in a as good as new condition … Read More
A wooden window repair this time the customer bought this sash to me so I didn’t even visit the address and collected the as good as new sash a few hours later .A quick and easy slot tenon and 1/2 … Read More
The old gate cladding had completely rotted but the frame inside which was mainly metal with timber studs remained in good shape.The new cladding was in cedar and the shaped top in Accoya.The Accoya cap was made out of 5 … Read More
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
12 sashes and a 4 metre long “L” shaped veranda being loaded up at the treatment plant ready to be installed at Linden Avenue in Maidenhead. The job with involve having all the sills fully replaced in Accoya as well … Read More