Our excellently trained joiners provide a unique, highly skilled and guaranteed service.
Along with a high level of customer referrals, our expertise has helped establish our company as one of the most trusted and reputable manufacturers, fitters and restorers of sash windows across the United Kingdom.
We offer a full range of restoration, double-glazing or full replacement of casement windows all manufactured bespoke to your specification.
With over 15 years restoration experience and many casement windows restored, we think we’ve perfected the art of casement window restoration.
Doors & Doorsets
All our Doors & Door Frames are bespoke manufactured and cater for all different styles and budgets.
Whether you require Supply only,Supply only with our measure up service, Supply & fit or Supply & fit with opening creation, we can manufacture the door you require.
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Reinstate or preserve your home’s period look whilst raising it to modern standards of draught proofing, warmth and energy efficiency. At yoursashwindows.com we have successfully installed, repaired and refurbished tens of thousands of sash windows and casement windows in conservation areas, listed buildings, commercial and private property throughout the UK.
With our established team of Restoration Joinery and Painting specialists, you can always be assured of an efficient, professional service with work being carried out by experienced professionals. All work comes with a comprehensive insurance backed warranty. Please click on the menu bar above to see what we can do.
Manufacturing is handled at the yoursashwindows.com workshop located at Unit 3, Mackenzie Industrial Estate, Bird Hall Lane, Stockport, Cheshire, SK3 0SB. Our team of expert bench joiners specialise in Period Property Bespoke Joinery. We have manufactured all kinds of things, including Traditional Box Sash Windows, Custom Oak Front Doors, Victorian and Georgian Shop Fronts and even a Profile Matched Picture Rail for one of our clients. With our well equipped workshop and team of experts, if it’s made of wood then we can make it.
Our Recent Work
Tricky New Windows in York
We recently had an enquiry from a homeowner in York, who wanted us to take a look at some of the windows at the front of his property. The upstairs bay window had seven windows; the downstairs one had seven large bottom sashes and seven smaller top sashes. But these were unusual windows… they had central pivot openings. Our customer requested that these be changed to more conventional openers and that we install double glazing.
After our craftsmen had tailor-made the windows, with their precisely machined moulds and architraves, we sent one of our highly-skilled installers, Slaw, to the property. It was a tough job, especially when it came to getting the converted opening sashes in to replace the old central pivots. But Slaw successfully completed the work within the expected timescale. The customer was hugely impressed by Slaw’s hard work and tidiness. Apparently, he was ‘a delight to have in the house’ – but we expect nothing less!
We then got even better feedback. One of our customer’s neighbours contacted us and asked us to carry out some work on their windows too – but only if Slaw was on hand to install them!
Check back later to see our progress. We’ll be putting up some photos of the whole project soon!
Read what our customers have to say about the work we have done for them ….
“Very, very good with the bespoke work completed for me. Great attention to detail, everything was fantastic. Everything was done exactly as we wanted them to do.”
“Best we have ever used. Job went very smoothly on site. Clean and tidy, residents very happy.”
“Very professional, prompt and thorough. Did a great job with all windows and would certainly recommend”
An Introduction to Sash Windows
Traditional box sliding sash windows are a familiar sight of property across the North West. Their place in our heritage dates back to the end of the 17th century. Their shape and size vary and was generally dictated to by developments in industry. Wander through the streets of Manchester and you will quickly recognise the many period buildings that show a variety of sash window designs.
A sash window is made of three main components, the box and two sashes – the sashes being the opening, or sliding sections, of course. You can find out all about them on our sash windows page or if you are looking for specific information on repair or upgrades please follow these links:
- Sash window restoration – our joinery experts can restore your existing sash windows to their former glory.
- Sash window double glazing – our industry leading double glazing process will preserve its look and maximise its future value.
- Sash window replacement – where full replacement is necessary, we manufacture new sash windows to exactly the openings in your property.
A note about joineryworkshop.com
Joineryworkshop.com Limited went into liquidation in April 2018.
What was left of its website, systems of work and stock were purchased from the receiver by a former employee so that he and a few others could continue to work providing new and refurbished sash and casement windows. The new operation has been totally revamped to start afresh and strives to maintain the highest build and installation standards.
Because there was no new money or spare cash available, what wasn’t brought into the new company were the old snags and issues that may have been caused by work done by the old company – that is what FENSA membership is there to cover. In other words, if you had work completed before April 2018, we are very sorry but there is nothing that the new company can do to help, other than suggest that you approach FENSA. The new company doesn’t have access to old records and documents so is not able to become involved.
So if you see some bad reviews online, these may be by customers who feel the old company has let them down. We are pretty sure that we have also been targeted maliciously by ex-employees who were disgruntled about what happened. Not all of the reviews you see are by any means accurate.