Vaucluse sash Window Restoration winter 2017

Our specialised team of joiners, carpenters and glaziers, were contracted to replace all the existing sashes on a block of an art deco units in Vaucluse 38 double hung windows and 8 casement windows in the bathrooms (a sash is the wooden frame that holds the glass, there is a top and a bottom, they are all pink primed in these photos)

The frames were all prepared, and some sills required to be attended to with lead flashing

 Stripping out all the old rotten sashes and repairing the frames, removing the weights and rebalancing the windows

Stripping out all the old rotten sashes and repairing the frames, removing the weights and
rebalancing the windows

 Old sashes ready for the tip

Old sashes ready for the tip

 Stripping out sashes from the frames and replacing pulleys, repairing frames

Stripping out sashes from the frames and replacing pulleys, repairing frames

 Installing new red cedar putty point glazed sashes

Installing new red cedar putty point glazed sashes

 All new satin chrome replica sash pulleys were replaced on all windows

All new satin chrome replica sash pulleys were replaced on all windows

 Rotten sill

Rotten sill

 Lead flashing was used to repair damaged window sills

Lead flashing was used to repair damaged window sills

 The finished product, new red cedar sashes installed, ready for the painters

The finished product, new red cedar sashes installed, ready for the painters

 The final product with all new quality hardware and fully draft sealed, being thoroughly cleaned up for the return of another satisfied customer

The final product with all new quality hardware and fully draft sealed, being thoroughly cleaned up for the return of another satisfied customer