Sash Windows

Restoring your sash windows to their original period splendour

Specialists in sash window servicing and refurbishment for period homeowners in Kent.

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Our team renovate, restore and replace Sash Windows using traditional craftsmanship throughout Kent and South-East London.

Areas we Cover in Kent:

Canterbury, Whitstable, Dover, Sevenoaks, Maidstone, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Thanet (including Margate, Ramsgate, and Broadstairs), Hythe, Herne Bay, Tenterden, Faversham, Tunbridge Wells, Ashford, Folkestone, Sandgate, Maidstone, Deal and Sandwich.

Our services

Bring your windows back to full working order;

  • Hand made traditional sash windows
  • Complete restoration
  • Draught proofing
  • Insulation
  • Replacement cords and pulleys
  • Glazing
  • Sill and frame repair
  • Security

Read about our full range of Sash Window Services or
phone us today on 01304 617129 for a free consultation.

Our Company

Our Company

We are a local, family-run business established in 2002. We only specialise in the restoration, repair and replacement of Sash Windows - plus sensitive improvements - and only cater to the Kent area.

Since 2002, John and his team of specialist craftsmen have helped restore over 500 properties in East Kent to their period splendour.

Our craftsmen

Our craftsmen are all local and, between them, have over 130 years' experience. These time-served professionals appreciate the craftsmanship and variety of period joinery. They believe in what they do and use traditional methods which ensure that your windows are built to last.

Our timber is sourced from managed forests and imported from selected sawmills to ensure the quality matches original materials used in period joinery.

Alfred Square, Deal

The original black-painted box sash windows had been removed from this property on the edge of Deal’s Middle Street conservation area, and modern frames inserted. T...

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Mystole House, Chartham

This was a Grade II listed building. The main bay window had significant decay in the lower part of the structure, which had penetrated through to the internal linings an...

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Cross Farm, Eastry

Cross Farm is a Grade II listed building on the edge of the village. A combination of hardwood and softwood sills had been covered with folded tin and nailed on, and the...

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