Sash Window Draught Proofing Preston

Sash Window Draught Proofing Grimsargh, Preston

Sash Window Draught Proofing Preston

Sash window draught proofing has been carried out at this fantastic domestic property in Grimsargh, Preston.

The Sash Windows Northwest team are currently working on draught proofing the sash windows in this residential property. Draughts can occur when the sash windows are poorly maintained. This can make a room feel as though a window has been left open. This can have a huge impact on both those living in the property and also the condition of the building.

By applying sash window draught proofing techniques to the sash windows the owners of the property will be saving money on heating bills, saving them money and having a more positive effect on their living environment. We are using our standard draught proofing techniques to ensure the windows are restored to their full potential. The bottom hardwood cills have been replaced to increase the efficiency of the sash windows.

Here at Sash Windows Northwest we offer a wide variety of sash window restoration and renovation services, as well as restoration and repair for casement windows and timber windows. There are also a huge range of finishes to choose from, which can all be installed at your property.

Why not give our friendly office a call for some more information on 01772 619787?

If you are located in any area in the North West, including Preston, Lancashire, Southport, Lytham St Annes, Cumbria, Yorkshire and even Liverpool, feel free to call today for more information about secondary glazing, sash window renovation and sill repairs, or to request a personalised survey of your home. We can also visit you! So, if you are located outside of the areas suggested please contact us and we can arrange to visit you. We can also travel to Manchester, Cheshire and even some areas of Yorkshire.

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