Timber windows after decades of exposure to the elements often end up rotting or degrading to the point a new one is required.
THE WINDOW MAN can use either our stock sash material, or if need be, reproduce an existing sash for your window.
TWM can do putty glazed or timber beaded.
- Awning (window or pushes out from the bottom)
- Single or double hung sashes (slides vertically – either spiral balances or sash cords)
- casement (opens like a door)
- hoppers (opens from the top, or as a series of sashes).
- bifold / concertina sashes (folds against one another)
- single glazed, double glazed – depending on thickness of sashes required and if it is a hung window with weights, those weights may not hold the extra weight of the glass
Our sashes can have colonial bars or single pieces of glass.
Casement windows with putty glazed sashes.
1 Old sash, 2 new ones made based on it. These sashes had special hand made beading to match the original. note the wood rot on the bottom of the original.
remake of sashes with the client requesting the top sash be remade with colonial bars.
A very unusual sash which we made to copy an old existing sash. very much a one off.
Glazing a top fixed sash with timber bead.
a meranti sash about to be putty glazed.
This fixed sash has 2 panes of leadlight from an old sash puty glazed. Cedar sash.
Sashes with colonial bar and timber beading being glazed.
Old and new sashes. Client asked for thinner rails for more glass and less timber than the original.
meranti awning sash. colonial bars. putty glazed on other side
Not quite sashes, but plantation shutters – similar idea. Here is an old and new one.
Old and New sashes. Clearly the old one had seen better days. Very common to encounter.
Putty glazing a cedar sash to match existing sashes.