We both renew and restore timber sash windows to the highest of standards. Protecting and preserving the character of heritage buildings is so important, and that includes London sash windows. They became popular when after the Great Fire of London in 1666 there was a change in building regulations in the city. Now an integral and iconic part of British architecture, London sash windows are known for their clean and classic features.
We know that with this beautiful heritage design can sometimes come with wear and tear over time, so we repair, renew, and restore original features. If you are thinking of new sash windows, do you have a design in mind? We can help with that too, our master craftsmen provide unique sash windows of any size and style to fit all properties, including listed buildings and new builds.
Whether you want to work with what you have or replace existing windows, once you have gotten in touch with us we will come over and take a look, giving you a no-obligation quote and any advice you may need. Our experienced carpenters have a real eye for detail and are friendly and reliable. We prioritise quality and will always give you an honest appraisal of how to get the best out of your sash windows. Tusk are happy to work on projects of all sizes, so even if it’s just a single sash window repair, a full commercial project, then we can help.
Our new sash windows are perfect if you would like to put your own mark on the design of the windows. You can work with our artisans to configure the windows and choose what colour they are decorated. This can work really well on new build projects, giving a beautiful finish to the exterior and a classic feel to a contemporary home.
Renovating and repairing is as important to us as replacing, so we will do what we can to work with the materials at hand ensuring that your sash windows do what they should, keeping your home insulated and energy-efficient. London sash window restoration can include draught-proofing, retrofitting new sashes, replacing sills, splice repairs and decoration. Often all it takes are some repairs to stop heat loss and reduce heating costs.