The Bold Hotel Sash Window Draught Proofing Southport
Sash window draught proofing has begun at The Bold Hotel, located in Southport, Merseyside. Having had a £2 million refurbishment, the owners wanted to make sure that they were offing the highest quality stay for their guests. This included ensuring their sash windows were completely draught proof. So, we were called in to do some sash window restoration work, using our range of draught proofing techniques on the Southport hotel.
The windows were creating draughts in the property, which was not ideal. This was due to their age and current condition. The windows are casement windows and needed restoration techniques in order to bring them back to full working order.
The new windows should also help to reduce any draughts caused by old casements after we have used our sash window draught proofing techniques.
We’re excited to be working on this project, make sure to follow us on our Facebook page to see any updates on this draught proofing project in Southport. For information about our sash window draught proofing service please visit our website page here.
Sash Window Restoration from Sash Windows Northwest
Here at Sash Windows Northwest we offer a wide variety of sash window restoration and renovation services. As well as this, we repair casement windows and timber windows too. We also offer a huge range of finishes to choose from, which can all be installed at your property.
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