The art of maintaining and repairing sash windows is centuries old, part of our architectural and national heritage, and as such is protected under local and national conservation regulations and guidelines. Even the buildings and area surrounding a protected structure are subject to the same regulations, so it's important to speak to your local council before undertaking any work.
Our work has been approved by Irish councils for preservation and conservation, and has drawn national media acclaim as well as architectural commendation and client appreciation.
The process of repairing and restoring sash windows usually involves taking down the beads and the upper and lower sash parts, cleaning away excess paint, and replacing the pulleys and cords as well as putty. A draught excluder is fitted after the sash has been pulled down, repaired, and refitted.