A different kind of sash window
This week an enlarged Sealasash team, including two (Eli and Dean) normally based in Melbourne, is working on some slightly different windows in the Bronte building at historic Willow Court in New Norfolk, Tasmania.
Having attended to most of the regular up / down sash windows in the building on previous occasions the guys are this week repairing and restoring these huge ‘Yorkshire sliders’ – pictured below. They work the same way as the up and down, except they move sideways and yes, they’re still referred to as sash windows.
First the reglazing and then cleaning of the 30 panes of glass on each sash.
Once seals are installed then it’s time to put the huge sashes back into the frames.
Once the guys are happy and both panes fitted then the job is done, for that window frame at least! We love working on heritage properties and Willow Court has given us a lot of satisfaction over the last year or so.
Call us if you know of any heritage properties that need some Sealasash love and attention!
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