Take care of the windows of your period home

With the help of the sash window restoration Northumberland trusts, everyone can benefit. After all why have a premier property feature like sashes if you won’t care for them?

Timeless Architectural Features

Sashes are something that add charm to a home and give it character. Therefore, you should be holding onto them rather than looking to throw them away. In a huge amount of cases, replacement is not necessary and yet people do it anyway. Restoring them is almost always an option. This is easier and achieves a first class result. With a little care you can allow them to look amazing for decades to come.

When it comes to period properties, it is even more essential to hold onto the original features. If you do not then you are destroying the value and what makes the building desirable. Despite the many years sashes have been around, they are still great. The design allows for high quality security, energy efficiency and ventilation. This is on top of their unique and stunning look.

Forms Of Restoration

Various things can improve your windows. For starters this includes doing any repairs such as on broken pulley systems, replacing glass or working on timber rot. Draught proofing is also highly effective and is a way to make your home more energy efficient. In addition you can improve security with a window that locks into place to allow for ventilation without being opened any further than you want.

Choose The Right Person

Repairing sash windows is a specialist area of work that requires the right practical experience and skills. Therefore, you need to make sure that the person you are working with can get you the best finish possible. When you reach out to David Humble, this is exactly what you will receive. Along with great customer service you will achieve amazing results for a good price.

For a free survey to see if you could benefit from the first class sash window restoration Northumberland relies on, contact us. We can visit and look at your windows, deciding on the best course of action.