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Midlands Sash Windows | Sutton Coldfield | Sash Window Repair & Draught Seal

Midlands Sash Windows | Sutton Coldfield | Sash Window Repair & Draught Seal 2

Sash Window Repair & Draught Seal in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.

Tim at Midlands Sash Window Specialist repaired and restored these traditional sash windows in Ashby-de-la-Zouch.  Paintwork was by Irvine at Sash Window Specialist Yorkshire.  

We use marine-grade epoxy resins to repair rotten windows & doors. Epoxy can be cut and shaped to match damaged mouldings or used to bond open sash joints. Whilst it is an expensive product it does offer a superior wood repair that will last decades, unlike the cheap polyester-based 2 part fillers or ‘builders bog’. Used alone or combined with a timber splice the epoxy bonds extremely well to the original wood ensuring a long-lasting, permanent fix.

Brush daught seals help to improve the soundproofing and energy efficiency of these period windows.  Improving energy efficiency saves money on fuel bills and enhances the comfort of your home.

Professionally painted sash windows complete the project and ensure the windows are ready to face the weather for years to come.


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SWS Midlands was established in 2001 and is serviced by Tim who has over 20 years experience renovating period windows & doors. From large commercial projects to small residential repairs Tim has the specialized experience you can rely on.

East & West Midlands including Leicestershire, West Midlands, Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire, East Staffordshire

Sash Window Specialist Midlands

Contact Tim today for a friendly chat about your sash window renovation and repair requirements.

07923 269974 

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Sutton Coldfield

Sutton, West Midlands, was a settlement founded by Anglians and first recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086.  Sutton remained a small rural town until the 19th century.

Sutton Coldfield railway station opened in 1862 providing fast travel to the industrial hub of Birmingham.  Birmingham’s wealthy soon adopted Sutton as a country commuter town, away from the pollution of the city. 

Original Victorian & Georgian sash windows still remain and the High Street is now designated as a conservation area. An old workhouse built-in 1739 still stands on Mill Street.