Please note the glass held in sash or door, they are held in by frames. We only remove the sashes so there is no damage to the window frames, architraves or facing boards. Generally the sashes will need to have the paint touched up on the inside and repainted on the outside. We prime or seal all bare timber either during or after the double glazed process.

Our process to evaluate your home's suitability for double glazing includes:

  • Visit to your home where we discuss the various glazing options available and the merits of restoration of the existing joinery or remaking new joinery.
  • Free No Obligation quote with options for you based on discussion at the site visit (retro-fitted existing or new). There are also different types of glass that can be used and these options discussed.
  • Whichever option you choose we give you a firm quote.
  • On acceptance of quote, we require a 40% deposit.
  • We then order the glazing units if restoring existing joinery or make the new joinery.
  • Once double glazed units or joinery are available we organise a time for the installation.

    We have two options for the installation of the glazing/joinery:

  • We can remove sashes and/or doors and fit the double glazed units in the factory. 
  • When we remove the joinery we secure the house with ply wood panels for the day.
  • The whole process is usually a one day service including installation - we can do up to 10 sashes a day
    If you can't be home for the day of installation we can arrange for someone to mind the house while the sashes are away being double glazed at our factory.

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