If you're looking for top-quality sash window repair in Great Shefford or the surrounding areas of Berkshire, then Sash Windows Berkshire is the team to call. We're experts in repairing, restoring, and rebuilding sash windows of all types and sizes, and we've been helping homeowners and businesses in Great Shefford since our founding.
At Sash Windows Berkshire, we're dedicated to providing the best possible service to our customers. Here are just a few reasons why you should choose us:
As a locally based company, we have a deep understanding of the housing stock and architectural styles of Great Shefford and the surrounding areas. This means we can provide tailored and insightful advice on how best to repair, restore or replace your sash windows.
At Sash Windows Berkshire, we offer a wide range of sash window repair services to help keep your windows looking and functioning at their best. Here's a closer look at what we offer:
If your timber sash windows have become damaged or decayed over time, we can carry out expert repairs to ensure their structural integrity is restored.
Broken or cracked glazing can be easily repaired, with techniques ranging from filling small chips and cracks to replacing larger panels.
Our draught proofing service can help to reduce energy bills and make your home more comfortable. We use high-quality seals to prevent warm air from escaping and cold air from entering.
If you're looking to improve the energy efficiency of your sash windows, we can install double glazing. We use slim-line double glazed units that are designed to look and feel like traditional single glazed sash windows.
If your sash cords have frayed or broken, we can replace them with high-quality cords that will provide many years of reliable service.
We can carry out a range of decorative joinery repairs to your sash windows, including dentil mouldings, glazing bars, and beading.
There are many benefits to repairing your sash windows rather than replacing them. Here are just a few:
Repairing your existing sash windows is often more cost-effective than replacing them with new double glazing. This is because the cost of materials and labour is typically lower, and you won't need to replace the entire window frame.