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mr-sashSouth West Sash Windows is essentially a one man operation, specialising in the renovation and overhaul of wooden sash windows. This includes everything from timber repairs to re balancing and draught proofing sash windows.

The company was started by myself, James Egan, a qualified carpenter/joiner with many years experience, including some time working for a national sash window company. In 2009 I saw an opening in the South West and Devon and Cornwall in particular, for a small local company with the ‘personal’ touch. Based in Plymouth, I’m ideally situated to cover all of Devon and Cornwall and sometimes get called into Somerset as well!

Reasons to choose South West Sash Windows

“We are thrilled to have our beautiful 100 year old sash windows in working order again. The ground floor bay windows had been painted shut for at least 15 years; they now glide smoothly and the reduction in the draught from all the sash windows in the house has been substantial. James Egan provided a fantastic, professional and very reasonably priced service and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him and South West Sash Windows” A and A Rathborne, Rock, Cornwall.

1. Trust

My continuing success is built on customer recommendation and my reputation for outstanding quality and reliability.

2. Value

Choosing to renovate your windows adds value to your property, while draught-proofing and energy efficiency will save you money.

3. Quality

I use only the finest materials and my work is guaranteed.

4. Expertise

My skill and experience in this area is considerable.

5. Comfort

The unique renovation system eliminates draughts and rattles and reduces heat loss, lowering your energy bills

6. Noise reduction

Independent assessment by the British Board of Agrément and Acoustic Testing has shown that this type of Perimeter Sealing System ‘significantly reduces external noise’

7. Safety

Properly functioning sash windows allow easy escape in the event of a fire.

8. Environment

Renovation is the eco-friendly solution, consuming up to 40 times less energy than replacing windows.

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