16th Century Manor House

Here are some photos of the box sash windows that we have completed a second renovation on. We had to wait during the winter until the weather had changed in order for us to carry out our second and final renovation of the sash windows and window boxes.

Also the client wanted to paint the inside of the windows in colour so we had to take all the stop beads out and partition beads to be able to paint them and corrected the window boxes at the same time.

You have to be very careful when using this type of resin filler as it’s very difficult to shape and work with. Once hardened off we will then sand back using our specialist sanders then prime and repaint back into the box sash . The new piece of wood was stuck in using polyurethene glue then once that has set the resin filler adds to the adhesion.


This is a Grade 2 listed building and all original features are having to be rebuilt and restored. It’s not just a case of painting things everything we have touched pretty much in this property has had to rebuilt, restored and repainted.

Cheers guys 


Stuart Elliott Decorators Limited


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