Is There A Way To Repair The Mechanism Of An Old Sash Window?

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Is there a way to repair the mechanism of an old sash window?

New timber sash windows are a beautiful thing. They have all the period charm of originals without the inefficiencies of old glass and frame technologies.

However, Ventrolla often have customers that, understandably, are reticent to replace their old sash windows. It may be that the old timber sash windows are original to the house, or they are just too beautiful to rip out. At Ventrolla we understand very well how attached people get to their traditional sash windows. That’s why we also offer a sash window repair service.

Can Ventrolla Repair Timber Sash Windows?

The repair team can produce parts, spares and components of frames to repair damaged, broken or rotten windows. Using state of the art technology they can produce special slim double-glazed glass units bespoke to the size of your window and replace them on-site. They can eliminate rattles, draughts and leaks to make your old sash windows feel like new.

What about the mechanism?

It’s frustrating if you can’t slide open your window, but this is often the case with an older sash window. Our experts can replace the whole of the interior cords and service pulleys, splice in or replace timber and upgrade the perimeter seal.

Your existing timber sash windows will look as good as new, with vastly improved thermal efficiency at a fraction of the cost of replacing.

If you’d like more detailed information about repairing the mechanism of an old sash window, please contact us.