Sash window restoration in North Wales and surrounding areas
We specialise in Sash window repair & restorations including double glazing rot repairs and draught proofing in North Wales .
North Wales is a large and varied area consisting of three main regions of Upper Gwynedd, Lower Gwynedd and Ynes Môn (Anglesey). It consists of magnificent mountains and rugged coast and holds two out of the three UNESCO world heritage sites in Wales, One of these sites is the Edwardian castles and town walls including Caernarfon, Beaumaris, and Conwy, Harlech.
In Edwardian construction one of the key features is the traditional sliding Sash or Casement windows and with North Wales having such a wonderful heritage there are many homes that have these beautiful features and at Kensington Sash windows we are experts in sash window repair and replacement ensuring that you can retain these wonderful sash windows.
Many homes that have traditional sliding sash windows can also have heritage or listed building status which may mean there are restrictions on replacement of these windows, at Kensington sash windows we can offer many solutions instead of replacement and can work with your local planning office to get a result that will satisfy both yourself and the criteria required.
Often original sash windows can be repaired and at Kensingtons we offer a full restoration service ensuring all parts of your sash window are covered, from cords and pulleys to beads, boxes and catches even a single pane of glass can be replaced if cracked and this is often what your local planning would prefer.
Although we are experts in sash window renovation we also offer other services such as draught proofing and rot repair which only incur a 5% vat cost and we also offer a sash and casement window replacement service if your property and planning allows, Our replacement sash windows are hand crafted from top quality materials with a choice of glass including a traditional reproduction crown glass and our Slimlite glazing which has featured on grand designs.