Alongside cill, quoin and lintel replacement and repair we also undertake the complete historic (internal as well as external) refurbishment of window surrounds including, transoms, headers, jambs, reveals and mullions.

Although many heritage stone windows are in reasonable condition, some have suffered the ravages of time and - although replacement is not necessary - they often need the attention of specialist colour-matched and breathable repair mortars which complement their aged patinas. 

The above property is a barn cottage C16th century. The window stonework was reclaimed at the time of it's build (possibly from an abbey, Oxford University or a neighbouring property undergoing refurbishment) during the time of the build so it is even possible that the windows date back as far as the 12th century. Having already suffered the ravages of time before they were fitted into this property and later becoming the victims of modern builder cement repair work it was necessary to remove as much evidence of the latest inappropriate intervention and undertake only the most minimum if sympathetic repairs.


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