Do you have Sash or Casement windows in your house that do not open because they are painted shut?
The most common problems people have with sliding sash windows is sticking,
sash windows should glide smoothly up and down with ease.
With paint on top of paint it will literally be sealing the window in place.
Sash windows are hung on cords that pass over pulleys and connect to weights hidden in the
hollow sides of the case.
To replace the broken cords the sashes must be removed from the window frame to allow access
to the side boxes.
We use braided cotton cord saturated with wax to reduce the risk of rot and to allow it to run
smoothly over the pulleys allowing the cord to last for another hundred years, we guarantee it.
All the work is carried out cleanly from inside the property.
Our charges are based on the size of the window.