Sash and Case Window Repairs

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Don’t rip out your sash and case windows! Come and learn how to carry out your own repairs.


09 February 2019

9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Jamie MacKean

Merryhill Training centre

£140.00 + VAT

Don’t rip out your sash and case windows, did you know that in most cases you can undertake simple repairs and retain these period features?

This practical course will prove invaluable if you have a property with Sash and Case Windows. We will cover a short history of the development of windows before looking at the different components that make up a window and the issues to consider when approaching repairs.The course will allow attendees to identify and address various problems that commonly occur with sash windows. Topics covered will include window dismantling and reassembly, replacing ropes, weights, panes and putty. Various repair and improvement techniques will also be covered. 

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Course Suitability

This course is aimed at those who own or are responsible for a traditional building and those responsible for maintenance works to buildings such as churches or those considering a renovation or conversion project.

We are always happy to help learners choose the right course. Please contact us if you would like to discuss which course is suitable for you.

Course Outline

Topics covered include

  • Introduction to Sash Windows;
  • Typical Problems & Solutions;
  • Undertaking repairs;
  • Making and installing replacement components;
  • Protection and Appearance;
  • Options for improving thermal qualities.

Other sources of funding are also available.
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Please note: The Scottish Lime Centre Trust reserves the right to withdraw or modify any course being offered. In the event of a programme being withdrawn, we will try to find suitable alternatives.

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Scottish Lime Centre Trust is a charity registered in Scotland No: SCO22692

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