Mortice & Green
With high energy costs, home insulation is an important consideration. We can help with sash window replacement to help reduce your heating costs. The double glazed wooden windows used in our sash window replacements are just want you want to keep the appearance and feel of your home.
We specialise in sash window replacement in London and its surrounding communities.
We design, manufacture and restore all types of casement windows. We pride ourselves in the restoration and the manufacture of high quality wooden casement windows.
Our primary aim is to restore the property's original features with the updated features of double glazing to ensure all the energy-saving benefits of modern casement windows.
We hope to prevent you struggling through the extreme cold during the winter months. We provide sash window draught proofing to help safeguard your house from the cold. When darught proofing your existing sash windows, we may be able to identify other ways to save money with options for double glazing.
If you live in an area with conservation or historic perservation requirements, we can help you stay comfortable with double glazed wooden windows. We use traditional window construction and joinery tenchiques, but incorporate new technology of double glazing. We are sure you will be happy with our craftmanship and committment to excellence.
As part of our sash windows refurbishment, we need to ensure the weights that balance the window are sufficient and are accurately measured. We always perform a window weight test as standard before commencing any sash window refurbishment work. If we find a problem, we can usually rectify it quickly and cost effectively on site by fitting lead weights to your existing cast weights.
Our workshop designs and creates bespoke reproduction wooden windows. Our location in London lets us design double glazed wooden windows to match the period and era of your home
We have been manufacturing wooden windows since 1985 and have always used traditional manufacturing processes to ensure that your new windows do not look out of place in your period property.