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All types of windows require regular maintenance to avoid the need for repair or replacement. 

Ideally, windows should be inspected every year to check for typical problems.

 Many windows have been discarded unnecessarily because they have not opened properly, whereas some basic maintenance or minor repair would have restored them to working order. 

The loss of traditional windows from our older buildings poses one of the major threats to our heritage. 

Traditional windows and their glazing make an important contribution to the significance of historic areas. They are an integral part of the design of older buildings and can be important artefacts in their own right, often made with great skill and ingenuity with materials of a higher quality than are generally available today. 

Windows are particularly vulnerable elements of a building as they are relatively easily replaced or altered. Such work often has a profound affect not only on the building itself but on the appearance of street and local area.

Why repair?

Regardless of the type of window, door, conservatory, RJB window repair restoration and repair will save you considerable expense by servicing or repairing the window/Double glazing so to avoid the need for new windows or doors.

In the event that your double glazing or window is beyond repair we will advise you so. 

We pride ourselves in being an honest company who values our integrity. we like to revisit any work carried out around a year to the date for free to insure our work really stands the test of time . 


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Why repair is better than replacement 

Traditional windows can often be simply

and economically repaired, usually at a cost

significantly less than replacement. For timber

windows this is largely due to the high quality

and durability of the timber that was used in

the past (generally pre-1919) to make windows.

Properly maintained, old timber windows can

enjoy extremely long lives. It is rare to find that

all windows in an old building require new

sections. Many historic components continue

to give service after 150, 200 or even 250 years.

Traditional metal windows can also usually

be economically repaired and their thermal

performance improved, avoiding the need for

total replacement.

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