Sash & Casement Window Replacement
Bespoke Sash Service in Bath & beyond
Sometimes the damage done to your sash window is beyond economic repair. If this is the case Georgian Sashcraft, experts in replacement sash windows in Bath area, can replace your existing sash windows with new box sash windows.
Before & After
Replacement of Casement Windows
Georgian Sahcraft can build bespoke wooden casement windows with the same traditional methods we employ for our bespoke sash window units.
Traditional Double Glazed Windows
We can make your traditional bespoke windows as a single or double glazed sash windows or casement windows. Both types of wooden windows are made from European Redwood or a Durable hardwood and are also fitted with high performance weather seals, quality fasteners, security locks.
Ready Decorated Bespoke Sash Windows
Windows and doors can be decorated before installation – saving you the cost and time of decorating your bespoke sash windows / casement windows. This also has the advantage of getting a better finish on the paintwork and never being delayed by the British weather!
Period Property Doors
Door replacement and fitting services: We can supply and fit internal and external period doors that will be made to match the existing doors and will be in sympathy with your property.
All our external doors are made of high quality hardwood.
Purpose Made Joinery
At Georgian Sashcraft’s workshop we manufacture all of our own windows and doors using the finest hardwood timber and traditional carpentry methods, which helps to create the fine detail and retain the window’s authentic look.
Our highly skilled joiners inspect each sash window and door that leaves the joinery shop before installation by our expert fitters.
“I have been very happy with the work carried out by Mike from Georgian Sashcraft who has replaced sash cords and spiral balances as required as well as some general remedial repair work to window frames. I would have no hesitation in calling on his services again and am happy to recommend his work.”
Judith Cameron, Writer and Journalist, from Bath.