Sash Windows

Sash Windows

At Mortice & Green, we have extensive expertise in providing bespoke renovation and refurbishment services for sash windows. We offer a range of services, we can fix up and repair an old sash window, install, or replicate a new one, and fit double glazing to improve the energy efficiency, soundproofing and carbon footprint of your windows. 

Sash Window Renovation

Our sash window renovation service includes draught proofing or insulation.The reason draught proofing is part of our renovation service for timber windows, is because all your sash cords and parting beads will all need to be removed and replaced as part of the renovation work and this is the ideal time to install the draught proofing system. Once the window is fully renovated and refurbished the window can be painted further enhancing the aesthetics of your original period sash windows. Once your windows are renovated all the windows will slide up and stay up and when closed they should be draught free and secure.

Sash Window Refurbishment

Our refurbishment service for wooden windows is a comprehensive mechanical service carried out to address all operational problems and also as part of the refurbishment work we also draught proof the sash windows to ensure over 97% of draughts are eliminated. Our service includes replacement of all sash cords with new nylon core sash cords. We also service and or replace all pulley wheels and ensure all sliding sash windows are correctly balanced on the correct weights, and 

remove and replace all sash window catches, lifts and restriction bolts with new solid brass or satin nickel high quality furniture. Moreover, we will ensure all windows are leveled at the meeting points (meeting rails) to ensure a good secure close and fit. Our wooden windows experts will replace all staff beading and parting beads with new wooden replica beads pre painted in our workshop prior to our arrival and all integrated with very best draught strip brushes. They will also eliminate the draughts and rattles by ensuring the windows are correctly fitted and aligned.