Mullion Windows Restoration & Repair
Listed buildings are often required to retain as much of the original timber frames as possible and so, wherever possible,
we prefer to repair the existing frame in situ. However, depending on the level of rot or general deterioration, in many cases it is often more viable to take the window out and refurbish at workshop level.
We will make an expert assessment of every case and decide on the individual best course of action.Your local Traditional Glazing company with a complete range of quality products and a personal service second to none.
We Use Lime Mortar
Natural lime mortar has been used in brick and stone construction for centuries. It is a traditional material that is aesthetically pleasing. It is suitable for repair & renovation work on historic listed buildings. It is more flexible than modern cement and is less prone to cracking. It is softer than modern cement. It lets walls breathe by absorbing and evaporating moisture from masonry. This helps protect surrounding stone & brick from salt and frost damage.
Glasswood specialise in repairs and restoration of Historic windows.
This work varies with each project. It might simply be a few broken panes that need replacing, a bowed window that needs flattening, or a complete re-build. We always strive to find glass that matches any broken pieces. Whatever restoration work we undertake, you can be assured that your window will be looking as good as when it was new and will last for many years to come after we have restored it.