Sash Window Refurbishment & Draught Proofing
Typical Sash Window Refurbishment Process
Draft-proofing Your Sash Windows
If your sash windows are in good order and don’t require refurbishment, draught-proofing may be an option. An economical way of improving thermal efficiency, brush-strip is installed throughout the window for a better seal where there may be slight gaps.
Draught-proofing is discreetly attached to parting beads, baton rods and mid-rails, leaving the appearance of the window “as original”, which is of benefit to clients who live in listed properties if planning restrictions have precluded the option of double glazing.
Typical Sash Window Draught-proofing Process
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