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Our window experts can do the necessary repair works as soon as possible to avoid further issues from arising. Whether you're dealing with annoying leaks, noise and thermal problems, rattles and draughts, or corrosion, we can help you out! All it takes is just one post, and we'll handle the rest.
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Top Window Sash Repair related questions
What do window sash repair services include?
Our tradesmen can perform minor to extensive repairs for common window sash issues. Instead of a costly replacement, they can help restore and bring back your damaged sash windows to their original look and allow them to function properly for much longer. The process usually includes the pre-inspection, sash repair, and installation check.
Booking with us for the first time? Here are some of the window sash repairs that we can help you with:
Wooden window frame repair
While wooden windows are often preferred because of their durability, they are also prone to rot due to moisture and dampness, which can be a major drawback. If you're already encountering small holes and cut damages on your wood sill or sash, book our window sash repair service as soon as possible. Depending on the severity of the damage, our Taskers may remove the rotted parts, use wood fillers or heavy-duty adhesives, and even repaint the frames. They can also apply natural preservatives to prolong the life of your wooden sash.
UPVC window frame repair
UPVC windows won't quickly rot and deteriorate despite being more affordable and lighter in terms of weight. However, you're still likely to deal with cracks, stubborn scuffs, and staining over time. Extreme damages are also possible from abuse and too much weather exposure. Our repair experts can perform almost any UPVC or plastic window frame repairs and restore the appearance of your sash as if it was brand new. If desired, they can also give it a whole new look without having to replace the entire thing.
Aluminium window frame corrosion repair
Untreated aluminium windows can easily suffer from corrosion. While it does sound doable, it's better to leave the corrosion repairs at the hands of a professional. Our Taskers can perform thorough aluminium window frame corrosion repair and identify the root of the problem. Using the right tools and equipment, they remove the dirt and corrosion without compromising the natural finish and repolish the corroded area. They can also apply organic or chemical treatments to prevent the same issue from relapsing.
Leaking window frame repair
Having a damaged, leaking window can be very frustrating and unbearable during heavy storms. Get in touch with our window sash repair experts as soon as you've seen water leakage in your frame before it leads to more costly repairs. They can help figure out where the seepage is coming from and apply treatments where possible. It depends on the complexity of the damage, but usually, they reseal, recaulk, or repaint your window sash. If the damage has already been affecting the structure of a window, then a window sill replacement may be a better choice.