Our skilled craftsmen recently had to repair a sash window for a house in Wheatley, Oxfordshire. The timber frames of the window were rotten and had started to crumble away. We stripped away the original layers of white paint to assess the severity of the rotting. Only small areas of the window were affected by the rotting, this meant that we could repair the window rather than replacing the whole unit. After cutting out the rotten sections, we cut and shaped hardened timber pieces and used industrial strength adhesives to attach them to the frame. When the adhesive had dried, we could then fill the smaller holes and sand the frames’ surfaces. Finally, we painted the window frame using a white paint to match the original windows in the house.