Timber Rot Expert - Timber Sash Window & Door Repairs in Melbourne
Window Restorations Methods
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Rotten timber in your windows or doors both looks unsightly and can endanger you and your home. Many people in the Melbourne area worry that in these situations, they need to replace their window or door entirely.
However, here at Stop the Rot, we have over 10 years of experience repairing and restoring rotten timber for you at a fraction of the cost of replacement. Choose us for long-lasting, cost-effective and beautiful timber sash, window & door repairs.
Steps of Timber Restoration
Whether we're repairing your door, window or sash window, our repair and restoration process remains the same. Our steps for rotten timber window repairs include:
- Strip the paint from the damaged area.
- Cut out the rot.
- Treat the damaged areas with an anti-rot treatment.
- Resurface and restore the damaged sections.
- Sand the restored areas.
- Replace the trims and seal the joins.
- Seal and undercoat the repair area.
We use an anti-rot treatment in all our work to fully eliminate the fungal activity causing the rot. The treatment also prevents the rot from returning and makes the timber non-porous. The finished product is watertight, which also keeps rot away.
With every job we take, we ensure the timber will last for years to come and stand up to extreme weather. We also make sure to compensate for any possible movement or expansion.
Trusted Timber Restoration in Melbourne
When you have help from Stop the Rot, there's no need to spend more money on replacing rotten windows and doors. Whether your home is Victorian or modern, we're able to make it beautiful again with our expert timber repairs.
Call us now on 03 9532 9100 to schedule a quote for all your timber sash window repairs. You can also reach us through our contact form
“Stop the Rot was extremely polite and informative and above all very conscientious about the quality of their workmanship. I am very pleased with the result and know I can be secure in the knowledge that my windows are now rot free.”