Castlebar Rd-Ealing

Dealing with non-standard windows

Georgian and Victorian builders didn’t work with standard window sizes, so I have to be ready for all eventualities and deliver a bespoke solution to each and every customer. To be honest, it is this that makes my trade so interesting. Handcrafting sash windows is a rewarding activity in itself. I am lucky enough to do something I love, and to get paid to do it.

New double-glazed sashes to the property in Teddington

Teddington Sash Windows

Sash windows should glide smoothly up and down. If yours are sticking, please give me a call. The owners of this property in Teddington did just that and were delighted with the finished results.

New complete box sash windows, Egerton Gardens Ealing

Edgerton Gardens, Ealing

I took this photo of the finished bay window because I was very pleased with the sash windows I installed, as was the homeowner. However, I have now realised that I need bigger signage on my white van!

Priory road, Bagshot Casement frame being stripped before new double-glazed casement frames are installed

Bagshot home

The mouldings on the exterior woodwork took a bit of effort to clean up, but the effort was definitely worth it.

new smooth sashes in Ealing

New Sashes in a traditional Ealing Street

Ranlagh Road is full of beautiful victorian ‘mansions’ that have lovely big sash windows. i really enjoy replacing these as the owners are always so interested in the workings and the tradecraft involved in fitting them into their homes.