Australia’s leading installer of draught seals and vacuum-insulated double glazing for timber windows.
Over 20,000 windows upgraded to date with 150+ verified reviews.
We can restore your timber windows and make them better than new.
By introducing air-tight draught seals and ultra-high performance glass you’ll achieve incredible levels of comfort, noise reduction and energy efficiency.
It might be cheaper to rip out your timber windows and replace them with new plastic or aluminium double-glazing units. However, you will instantly lose the character of your property and it will never look the same.
Replacing the whole window frame has also been known to cause major disturbances to the structure around your windows, flowing on to create property damage that only appears after the contractor has gone.
On the other hand, keeping original wooden windows maintains and arguably increases the value of your property.
Your timber windows are made of old-growth timber, that has stood the test of time in most cases.
And with a little TLC and some new upgrades, they can outperform a new window & the frame could to last another 100 years.
Using traditional craftsmanship and modern materials, we’ll restore your windows and make them better than new.
This includes the installation of our weather-tight draught seals and ultra-high performance double glazing.
Whilst this can be a premium option, you will dramatically increase the functionality and energy efficiency of your windows.
By maintaining the character of your property with these modern updates, you can significantly increase your property value whilst keeping ongoing running costs down.
For over 10 years, our team of carpenters and glazing specialists have been upgrading wooden sash windows.
This includes double-hung sash windows, casement windows, awning windows, Yorkshire sliders and fixed windows.
First established in Hobart in 2011, we have dedicated teams in Melbourne, Hobart and Perth, and operate in other areas by request.
During this time, we have overhauled more than 20,000 wooden windows, earning us the position of Australia’s leading expert of heritage character timber window upgrades.
Want to learn more about our approach to your timber windows and doors? Discover the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
We repair timber windows as a part of the installation of draught seals and new glass, we often call this an overhaul. Typically we do not build new windows or undertake major repairs to timber rot or damage – we can refer you to a specialist service for this if needed.
We only work with timber or wooden windows.
This includes double-hung sash windows, casement windows, awning windows, fanlights, pivot windows, horizontal Yorkshire sliders and fixed windows.
Yes, we can install the high-performance double glazing into your timber windows. We offer three different types of glass, which have been selected to suit the different climates throughout Australia, which can actually achieve the same performance as a triple-glazed window if necessary in your area.
Over time, many old timber windows are rattly, draughty and stuck. This can lead to an influx of outside air, noise and dust which makes them terribly energy inefficient. Our high-performance draught seals protect you from the outside air, noise and dust. As part of the process of installing draught seals, we’ll also make your windows slide open and closed with a light touch and silky smooth.
Whilst it might be cheaper to rip out your timber windows and replace them with new plastic or aluminium double-glazing units. You will instantly lose the character of your property and it will never look the same. Keeping original wooden windows maintains and arguably increases the value of your property.
Replacement window frames can cause problems with other parts of the window opening. And they simply won’t look right.
Your old timber windows are made of old-growth timber, that has stood the test of time in most cases. And with a little TLC and some new upgrades, they can outperform a new window & the frame could last another 100 years.
Explore our blog articles to learn more about the intricacies of draught and acoustic seals for timber windows and reglazing windows in older homes and heritage buildings.