Traditional Wood Sliding Sash & Casement Window Services in Weybridge, KT13
Installation, Replacement & Upgrade Specialists for over 15 Years
NOT IN WEYBRIDGE? We also cover Hersham, Esher, Claygate, Byfleet, Addlestone, Shepperton, Molesey, Ottershaw and more
What Do We Do?
- Fitting, Installation & Reinstatement of Traditional Wooden Windows
- Replacement & Upgrade of Windows, Boxes & Sashes
- Draught-Proofing/Excluding, Renovation, Restoration & Painting
- Double Glazing, Energy Efficient & Other Glass Options
- Bespoke Styling, Paint Colour, Furniture, Security & Timber Options
Why Use Us?
- Workshop, showroom and offices based nearby in Guildford
- Specialists in traditional wooden sash windows
- Bespoke windows and doors built to YOUR specifications
- No quibble after-sale service – 100% satisfaction guarantee
- It’s all us! Manufacturing, fitting, and support – no outsourced work.
About Our Sash & Casement Windows
Our custom sash windows and casement windows include a number of options for the customer including double-glazing, mouldings, window furniture and more. We also repair, restore and draught-proof sash windows in Weybridge, Surrey. Also serving surrounding towns and villages including Hersham, Esher, Claygate, Byfleet, Addlestone, Shepperton, Molesey, Ottershaw and beyond.
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A little about our service area…
Weybridge is situated in close proximity to the River Wey, boasting many famous residents. Today Cliff Richard, Peter Crouch and Theo Paphitis have made home in this leafy district, while further back in the 1960s, Beatles’ members Ringo Starr and John Lennon owned property here, as well as Welsh legend Tom Jones. In 2008, six of the ten most expensive streets in South East England could be found in Weybridge, with many desirable buildings adorned with traditional sash windows.
It’s not always been the case though. Weybridge appears in Domesday Book of 1086, consisting of only 6 hides, 1 ½ ploughs, 32 acres of meadow and 9 hogs. Due to the opening of Weybridge railway station in 1838, travel into central London became possible. The area also has cultural acclaim, as the location of the battle in which a Martian fighting machine was destroyed in The War of the Worlds, H. G. Well’s classic novel.