Draughty, binding or inoperable casement windows and doors are a familiar problem for owners of period properties.


Our recondition and draught seal service will restore your casement windows and doors to proper working order, stopping rattles and controlling those intrusive cold draughts.  By controlling the draughts we also reduces the airborne noise & dust being carried into your home. We also supply & install authentic wooden replica casements into existing timber frames, paint finished and double glazed with energy efficient (low E) glass.  In some cases it is even possible for us to convert existing single glazed casements to accept double glazed units.  Double glazing combined with our Restoration and Draught Seal procedure provides an obvious overall improvement to the comfort of your home.  All of our work is designed to be as unobtrusive as possible, being machined into the timber components to become an "invisible" part of the window.  The appearance of the property is virtually unaltered, preserving the character and charm, yet offering you the increased comforts of modern alternatives. 

 

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Our recondition & draughtseal procedure for casement windows & doors includes:

  • Inspection & securing of the frame joints
  • Our discreet draught strip machined into the perimeter
  • Re-fitting of the frame to suit the opening
  • Service of the hinges to ensure ease of operation
  • Service of the furniture to ensure correct alignment.

 

 

 

Authentic Wooden Replicas

We carefully reproduce a copy of the original casements, paying close attention to moulding & sectional details. Single or double glazing available.

Glazing bars can be either bonded with duplex bars or individual Slimlite sealed units.

Offered in a wide range of timbers inc. Meranti,Oak,Sapele, Douglas Fir, Accoyaâ„¢.

 

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A large range of glazing options:

  • Double Glazed Units
  • Laminate & Toughened Safety Glass
  • Patterned Glass
  • Etched Glass
  • 'Low E' Energy Efficient Glass
  • Acoustic Glass.