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joineryworkshop.com is a Timber Windows Replacement & Refurbishment Covering Westminster, North, North West London and all areas North of the River Thames.

joineryworkshop.com
Member for 1 year

4.65 out of 5

16 reviews

  • Initial impression : 4.5 out of 5
  • Cleanliness : 4.68 out of 5
  • Value : 4.5 out of 5
  • Punctuality : 4.68 out of 5
  • Quality : 4.81 out of 5
  • Overall opinion : 4.75 out of 5

0 missed appointments in the past 6 months

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About joineryworkshop.com - Timber Windows Replacement & Refurbishment in London

Welcome to joineryworkshop.com

We are a professional, caring and conscientious company that have proved over the past 15 years that we are experts in our field. We take great pleasure and pride in dealing with older and listed properties, in some cases restoring them to warm, healthy and economically viable living accommodations whilst still retaining the charm of the original windows and features.

We have a distinguished record of providing single and double-glazed traditional timber casement, box sash windows and doors to British period property in Central, West, North London and all surrounding areas.

Our excellently trained joiners provide a unique, highly skilled and guaranteed service. Along with a high level of customer referrals, this has helped establish us as one of the most trusted and reputable manufacturers, fitters and restorers of doors, box sash and casement windows in our area.

A little history of the British Period Box Sliding Sash Window:

The traditional box sliding sash-window is a familiar sight of British property. Their place in our heritage dates back to the end of the sixteenth century.

Box sliding sash windows can be dated visually, with Georgian sashes made up of lots of panes of glass, into Victorian sashes divided by single glazing bars or no glazing bars and horn details. Edwardian sashes encouraged a return to Georgian elegance in a grand scale, large floor to ceiling windows, with multiple paned glass arrangements in the top sash. Of course, leaded lights, or stained glass, made their appearance in the Edwardian sash window, bringing about many beautiful colourfully lined streets.

What we Can do:

If a property still has its original sliding box sash windows then the refurbishment of those windows is both possible and preferential to a complete replacement. Rotten timber, paint sealed sashes, broken sash cords, draughty sashes that open or close of their own accord, sashes that rattle when the wind blows and even broken glass are all problems which can be easily rectified by our experienced team.

In addition to restoring the full operation of both top and bottom sashes, we also fully draught proof your windows, repair external pointing and putty, and can even double glaze them. There are several reasons why refurbishing and potentially double glazing your existing sash windows is preferential to a complete window replacement - their shape and size vary, generally dictated to by developments in industry. Made of three main components, the box and two sashes – the sashes being the opening, or sliding sections.

Profile matching:

Matching your period property’s original skirting board, architrave or picture rail is often difficult to achieve with an off the shelf product.

joineryworkshop.com offers a bespoke timber profile matching service. Any moulding can be faithfully reproduced from either a small sample or scale drawing. This can then be used to produce a cutter template matching your profile. Cutters are then ground and we are able to reproduce your timber period moulding.

We offer a superb service at competitive prices, and offer guarantees. Full details are on our website, so why not check us out if you're thinking of restoring or replacing any door or window but are worried about the overall effect and cost? We are not only experts in our field, but are fully conversant with all building rules and regulations and can handle your project from start to finish, leaving you in the position of just sitting back and enjoying the finished result.

Contact us today to discuss your requirements or for free friendly, professional and helpful advice. We look forward to hearing from you.

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  • Insurance Backed Guarantee Scheme Certificate of Membership

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Reviews (16)

joineryworkshop.com have received 16 customer reviews.

  • This review is pending. 9th November 2016

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  • 26th October 2016
    Rating: 4.66 out of 5
    • Initial impression : 4.0 out of 5
    • Cleanliness : 5.0 out of 5
    • Value : 5.0 out of 5
    • Punctuality : 4.0 out of 5
    • Quality : 5.0 out of 5
    • Overall opinion : 5.0 out of 5

    "I had two sash windows restored. The windows were in awful condition which I thought needed replacing totally. The windows were restored fully and double glazed the difference was amazing. No drafts and the sound proofing was great too. I would 100 % recommend this company and the top quality work they did,"

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  • 10th August 2016
    Rating: 5.0 out of 5
    • Initial impression : 5.0 out of 5
    • Cleanliness : 5.0 out of 5
    • Value : 5.0 out of 5
    • Punctuality : 5.0 out of 5
    • Quality : 5.0 out of 5
    • Overall opinion : 5.0 out of 5

    "Having searched for a long time to find the right company to restore our Victorian sash Windows I would like to highly recommend JoineryWorkshop for both their professionalism and workmanship. The service has been excellent from the very first survey visit right through to the fitting of the Windows. We never felt pressurised or rushed into making our decision and the company worked to our timescale rather than theirs. We were very impressed when visiting the workshop, giving us the confidence in the workmanship. Matt fitted the Windows with skill, expertise and is a fantastic joiner. He was always happy to advise on our needs, always on time and always left the work and house tidy at the end of the day. Communication was always efficient, timescales met and it has been a pleasure to work with everyone involved. I look forward to working with JoineryWorkshop on our next project."

  • 30th June 2016
    Rating: 5.0 out of 5
    • Initial impression : 5.0 out of 5
    • Cleanliness : 5.0 out of 5
    • Value : 5.0 out of 5
    • Punctuality : 5.0 out of 5
    • Quality : 5.0 out of 5
    • Overall opinion : 5.0 out of 5

    "I can't speak highly enough of the whole team at joineryworkshop.com. They are so much more than a joineryworkshop!!! This is the 2nd time we've had them in to restore our Victorian sash-windows with fantastic double-glazed sashes. Mike completed the initial survey, and the final measure, and again he got it perfect as the guys had no issues fitting. Last time Mark (and support) led the fitting and it was a wonderful job; this time we had Matt restoring our large bay sashes, and again, a fantastic job. They are so clean, you wouldn't even known they'd been in the house, and such nice guys; I felt very comfortable them being in the house. And the finished job? - the windows look amazing!! - we now have fantastic working sashes, that look great and operate well too. The double glazing is excellent, qnd you can barely tell that they are double-glazed!! (they still look completely original) - very impressed. Thanks to all the team at joineryworkshop!!!"

  • 27th June 2016
    Rating: 4.66 out of 5
    • Initial impression : 4.0 out of 5
    • Cleanliness : 5.0 out of 5
    • Value : 4.0 out of 5
    • Punctuality : 5.0 out of 5
    • Quality : 5.0 out of 5
    • Overall opinion : 5.0 out of 5

    "Really impressed with the team who undertook the work"