Repair, maintenance, installation
& draught proofing

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Case Studies

Here are some of our case studies highlighting the real transformations
we carry out on a daily basis. If you would like to find out how we can
transform your home please contact us here>


Choose a case study;

> Mr MacLellan

> Mrs Orr
> Benmore House
> Dr & Mrs Warrender
> Mr. Henderson
> Mr. Thornton

> Boots Pharmacy




Mr MacLellan

Description of works


Mr. MacLellan contacted Sash Window Renovations with a view to repairing and replacing some of the windows at his 150 year old property. We visited the property to assess the windows - which were in various states of repair - and to discuss the options available to our client.
The outcome was to replace several panes of glass, carry out sill repairs, draught proof a casement window and completely replace the two sash and case windows on the front elevation. The client was eager to maintain the appearance and style of the new windows in keeping with the original design. We were able to meet the client's requirements and manufacture the new windows to match the section sizes and appearance of the original windows. In conjunction with this, we were able to incorporate double glazed units into the new sash frames. This has vastly enhanced the energy efficiency of the property and improved the family's comfort of living. The new windows comply with modern day regulations without compromising the aesthetics of the property.
The client was delighted with the results and standard of workmanship.


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"The expertise provided by SWR working together with your window manufacturer can only be described as of the highest quality and craft skill and with excellent value for money.
Adapting modern technology to match a 150 year old installation is a challenge and I was not going to go ahead with this unless it was done right. The result has all the craft tradition, looks entirely in keeping and is technically functional in line with modern performance expectations that's more than "renovation" I suggest!"


Mr. MacLellan