Long-Lasting Timber Window Repairs
Timber windows look beautiful and offer exceptional performance against harsh Scottish weather.
Timber sash and case windows and casement windows play are essential elements of any period home. Eco Sash & Case have been repairing timber windows for clients in Edinburgh, the Lothians, Borders and Fife for many years.
Our timber window repairs fix any rot, rattles, draughts and leaks. This gives your windows a new lease of life and ensures you have a more comfortable and energy-efficient home.
Tailor‐Made New Timber Windows
At Eco Sash & Case we can make you bespoke timber windows in our Edinburgh workshop. Using responsibly sourced timbers, we handcraft all our wooden windows to achieve a beautiful, durable finish.
We can manufacture superior, made-to-measure sash and case windows for your listed building, replicating your original windows and any sash and astragal moulds. This ensures your new wooden windows fit and look perfect.
All our windows come with draught seals as standard. We can also add specialist acoustic, safety or privacy glass, where needed.
One of our experienced joiners will design the windows in the same style as your old windows, with double or single glazing.
Book your free, no-obligation Eco Windows Survey.
Superior Paint System for Timber Windows
Our top grade, exterior timber window paint system outlasts conventional gloss paint treatments by up to 3 years. The high gloss protection has excellent resistance to blistering, cracking and peeling with up to 8 years of weathering durability. Regular checks and maintenance are still important for the best, long lasting results.
Why ‘Eco’ Sash & Case?
We are proud to be one of the first companies in Scotland to offer a more sustainable and eco-friendly sash window repair and installation service.
We offset our carbon footprint by plant a Scots pine through Trees for Life for every completed sash and case and casement windows project. Trees for Life is an award-winning Scottish charity working to restore Scotland’s Caledonian Forest.