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Sash Window Cord Repairs & Replacement London & Surrey

Only need your cords repaired? No problem!

Sash Cord
Repairs
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Windows Stay
Open
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Sashes
Rebalanced
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We have more than thirty years of experience and offer a 10 Year Guarantee.
Testimonials

“I called Phil after a tenant informed me the cord of her sash window of the Victorian flat had snapped. I was under pressure due to the window no longer closing and the weather taking a turn for the worse. Phil managed to fit me in the next day and did a fantastic job and was very professional. The tenant is very pleased and I am very grateful.”

Suzannah (Wimbledon)

Testimonials

“Thank you very much Phil for your excellent job! So glad my windows are fixed! Definitely recommend!”

Avil (Hammersmith)

Sash cords, sometimes called sash ropes, are what makes your window sashes open and close. One end of the cord is connected to the sliding part of the window – the sash. The other end is threaded through a pulley wheel and connected to a cast-iron weight hidden inside the box frame.

Over time, wear and tear causes sash cords to break. If one cord breaks, you may find that your window still stays open, but there will be added pressure on the cord on the other side. This can be dangerous because if that cord suddenly breaks when the window is open, the sash panel will slam down, and the glass could shatter.

So, it’s essential to check your sash cords regularly and get them replaced as soon as possible if you see signs of wear and tear, or a broken cord.
Sash Cord Replacement
Our Sash Cord Replacement Service

Sash cords, sometimes called sash ropes, are what makes your window sashes open and close. One end of the cord is connected to the sliding part of the window – the sash. The other end is threaded through a pulley wheel and connected to a cast-iron weight hidden inside the box frame.

Over time, wear and tear causes sash cords to break. If one cord breaks, you may find that your window still stays open, but there will be added pressure on the cord on the other side. This can be dangerous because if that cord suddenly breaks when the window is open, the sash panel will slam down, and the glass could shatter.

So, it’s essential to check your sash cords regularly and get them replaced as soon as possible if you see signs of wear and tear, or a broken cord.

Testimonials

“Super efficient and extremely pleased with the repair of sash windows this morning - prompt on time and reliable and effectively carried out. Couldn’t recommend more highly. With thanks, Charlotte”

Charlotte (Chelsea)

Testimonials

“Super service - very efficient method to discuss requirements and book - would highly recommend.”

Sue (Roehampton)

Contact us for a home visit and we guarantee we will get back to you within 24 hours. Once we’ve visited your home, you’ll have an estimate within two working days. Fitting is easy too – it takes around four hours to turn your single glazed sash window into a draught proofed double glazed sash window.

So, what are you waiting for?

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STEP ONE:

Schedule a call

We’ll visit your home, assessing each of your windows. We’ll then prepare and send you a proposal, detailing how the work will be completed and the investment required. We won’t try to sell you windows on the day.

STEP TWO:

Conduct the work

We will treat your home as our own, protecting everything before we start work. This usually entails furniture and floors with dust sheets. We expect to spend a full day on each new window installation.

STEP THREE:

Love your new sash windows

Fall in love with your sash windows all over again. Make every other feature come alive after your new sash windows have been fitted, making your house feel truly like a home.
We come to you. We write up and send your quote by email and in the post.
We book the work in and complete the job.