CASEMENT WINDOWS REPAIR & RESTORATION
Casement windows are also known as a side hung windows or as some of our customers refer to it “the one that opens like a door”.
IT ALL BEGINS WITH A free, no obligation, SURVEY
The survey takes up very little of your time and is a no pressure, no hassle, no commitment way for us to give you a tailored quote for work.
Why Choose Ventrolla for your Window Repair?
Our customers love us and we’re committed to giving you outstanding service. Our expert installation teams take pride in their work and are a friendly bunch!
The Benefits of a Ventrolla Casement Window Repair
There is true beauty in the strong clean lines of these windows, as well as the impactful look they give a building but if that breeze is a draught when the windows are closed, or the wooden frames are creaky and rotten when forced open Ventrolla can re-imagine them as modern windows with a real 16th century feel.
A casement window’s performance is upgraded using the same principles used on sliding sash windows.
Casement windows have the same inherent 3mm gap that sliding sash windows require to operate smoothly and can therefore suffer similar draught problems, unless they have a high-grade sealing system installed.
Ventrolla’s two part process begins with the treatment and renovation of the window. The second part involves performance upgrading it by draught proofing the window using our unique Ventrolla Perimeter Sealing System. Using the same materials we use on sliding sash windows ensures the same high quality performance.
The system is installed into either the frame of the window or the sash itself depending upon the construction of the window. If appropriate, the system can be installed into staff bead around the frame.
The pile carrier is routed into the timber giving a permanent fixing point and making the system an integral part of the window. Our system can also be installed into sash windows and other timber windows and doors.
Whether your project has sash or casement windows, Ventrolla’s system can improve the Window’s Energy Rating (WER) whilst retaining its original character.