Also included within the job were multiple runs of fascia along with the adjoining outbuilding and garage, which were to be restored and painted black, as well as door units from the main house leading through to the garden.
This spacious property has a large footprint and was likely built sometime during the early 20th century. It features casement windows solely, with units on the front of the house also having lead bars separating individual panes of glass which was characteristic of properties of this period.
Lead glazing bars on 12 pane casement units
During the preparation and restoration phases, many of the window sills needed special attention due to widespread rot issues. Paintwork across units was also in poor condition with sanding back to bare required for most areas.
The poor condition of window and door units across the property on display
Fascia in poor condition with flaking paint and exposed bare wood
Following initial preparation, surfaces are repaired with accoya/tricoya wood, ensuring problem areas of frame and sill are addressed, and the substrate is brought to a good, uniform condition ahead of paint application:
Frames sanded back to bare and repaired with accoya/tricoya wood where required
Door restoration is in progress, the wood is restored, and the frame and door are ready for painting.
Windows painting process
With the preparation stages now complete, window areas are fully protected, and the painting work begins. The team applies paint via sprayer, leaving a uniform finish. The colour scheme is a mixture of straight whites for the windows, with some sills and surrounds being highlighted in black.
We also leave fascias across the building in a drastically improved condition, with all flaking paint and rot issues addressed.
With new paint applied, it is hard to distinguish them from newly installed fascias:
We pull off the job, leaving a beautifully restored set of windows and doors alongside satisfied clients who also benefit from our guarantees on repair and paintwork.