The Sash Window Workshop has released an updated video of the company’s workshop in Bracknell, Berkshire.
The video shows how we manufacture our timber windows and doors, from the initial sections of timber being cut until the finished product is ready to leave our workshop.
The workshop video starts with some of our employees arriving for work. The timber is then cut to size using a range of machinery, including our CNC machine. The cut timber is then labelled and carried through to the joinery shop.
In the joinery shop the timber is assembled and prepared for painting. Unless a bespoke colour has been selected by the customer, the windows and doors are then sprayed in our standard white and hung to dry. A minimum of three coats of paint are applied.
Where necessary, glass is then fitted and sealed in place. Finishing touches are made to the window or door, and the item is checked before being packed to travel to the installation address.
The Sash Window Workshop
The Sash Window Workshop has been manufacturing and installing timber windows and doors since 1994. Starting from a converted pig shed in Ascot, the company now operates from a large workshop in Bracknell, Berkshire.
Unless planning permission prevents it the majority of the new joinery we manufacture are double glazed timber sash windows, casement windows and doors.
The Sash Window Workshop offer a supply and install service across London and Southern England, while offering a supply only service nationwide.
Customers are welcome to visit the workshop, by prior arrangement, to see the quality of the products being manufactured and the level of attention to detail and care that goes into the manufacturing process. To arrange a tour of the workshop, please contact us on 01344 868 668.