Replacement Windows Soho
At Mortice & Green, we have extensive expertise in replacement windows in Soho. Our experienced team can repair and replace any type of wooden window. The beauty of wooden windows is their versatility; they work to the style of your home. You might be looking for a rural and rustic countryside exterior to your home or perhaps you have chosen to give your wooden windows a lick of paint to make them work with your interior décor, offering a complimentary accent colour to your room. Either way, this kind of window installation and design gives you options to make it your home, unique and bespoke to you, and practically it is an incredibly smart way to style your home and get long-lasting windows fitted.
Experts In Replacement Windows in Soho
Our experts have been replacing windows in Soho for many years. There are many benefits of replacing your old windows with new wooden sash windows. They are far more energy-efficient than their vinyl and metal counterparts. Although these units are significantly more costly, wood designs can have a very limiting impact on overhead costs. With less energy used, people can look forward to significantly lower energy bills for quite some time. Moreover, with warranties that last for up to five full decades, these products are unlikely to require replacements just a short time after installation. As such, they are investments that are virtually guaranteed to pay for themselves over time.
Soho Sash Cord Replacement
At Mortice & Green, we have been repairing sash windows since 1994. We provide a fixed price per sash cord depending on how many sash cords require replacement and with each cord costing as little as £45 each, we are the best value sash cord replacement service in Soho! When our team replaces a sash cord we will automatically check the other sash cords to ensure that they are in good order. Typically if one sash cord has broken then we will normally advise you to have the other three sash cords replaced at the same time. Did you know that there are 4 sash cords on every box sash window?