Seized window locks and misted door glass – Poole

Seized window locks and misted door glass – Poole

The Problem:

Seized window locks and misted door glass

Recently, I was called to a job in Parkstone, Poole, where the property had two seized window locks, so the windows couldn’t be opened. The owners of the house also had a problem with misted door glass in their double glazed back door.

I discovered that two of the upstairs window locks had completely seized, meaning that to rectify the problem I first had to open the window/gain entry. I was then able to replace the broken locks with new window mechanisms.

The double glazed back door had misted door glass, so I fitted a new door double glazed unit thus rectifying the problem. 

 

The old, misted door glass unit.

Upstairs window lock seized. Window won’t open.

The Solution:

Newly-fitted door double glazed unit.

Window lock mended. The bedroom window can now be opened.

Photos – seized window locks and misted door glass

Help is at hand!

I cover Alderholt, Bournemouth, Colehill, Corfe Mullen, Christchurch, Ferndown, Fordingbridge, Poole, Ringwood, Verwood, West Moors, Wimborne and surrounding areas.  

Broken window handle – Verwood

Broken window handle – Verwood

The Problem:

Broken window handle

Verwood: This property required a new window handle, since the old one was seized. That mean that the double glazed window just wouldn’t open.

The old, obsolete window handle.

The Solution

The new handle has been fitted, so the window will now open, and I have one very happy customer!

[RPS carry white, brass and chrome window handles].

Photos – mending a broken window handle – Verwood

Help is at hand!

I cover Alderholt, Bournemouth, Colehill, Corfe Mullen, Christchurch, Ferndown, Fordingbridge, Poole, Ringwood, Verwood, West Moors, Wimborne and surrounding areas.