How much does it cost to repair my sash windows?

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How much does it cost to repair my sash windows?

It depends on how much work each window needs, but standard draught-proofing, without replacing rotten sills, glazing etc, costs approximately £300-£500 per window.

This is just an estimate though, and we do offer a Free No-Obligation Survey And Quotation so we can come and see the windows and talk you through our service and the best options available to you. Our quotation gives you a full price breakdown, window by window.

Do you offer finance?

Yes we do. You can spread the cost of your sash window restoration project with either our interest free credit option or buy now pay later.

Our Interest-Free credit finance option allows our customers to get their windows or doors refurbished/installed now whilst spreading the cost over a 24-month (0% APR Representative) payment plan, paying in 24 Interest-Free instalments by direct debit over 2 years.

Buy Now Pay Later allows you to get your windows or doors refurbished/installed today with nothing to pay for 12 months. If you repay the agreement in full within the 12 month deferral period then there’s no interest to pay (a small settlement fee of £29 applies). If not settled in full within the deferral period, interest will have accrued from the start of the contract and will continue to be charged once you start your 120 monthly repayments at 19.9% APR.

Finally we offer a Deferred plan. With this option you can defer your first repayment for 3 months and then spread the cost over 5 years at a preferential low rate of just 5.9% APR. This rate is fixed for the term of the agreement.

WHY CHOOSE US TO REPAIR YOUR SASH WINDOWS?

We’re consistently rated ‘Excellent’ by our amazing customers and our window fitters take pride int their work.

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