Window frame repairs

Whether constructed using wood, aluminium or uPVC, the frames and sills of window frames are prone to degradation from weathering, scratches during cleaning or maintenance work and occasionally accidental damage. The cost of replacing a complete frame is considerable.

Magicman offer the perfect restoration solution, being able to precisely re-create the frame contours and match the colour and finish, irrespective of the type of substrate.

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uPVC window corner

Damage to uPVC windows frames caused by impact damage, storms or more can be restored  to their original appearance regardless of colour of grain effect.

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uPVC window frame

This sill of this window frame has been severely damaged during building work. Magicman has been able to re-build the uPVC surface and create an exact match to colour and finish.

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Cracked uPVC Cill

Even detached sections of uPVC cills can be restored with an indistinguishable finish .

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Broken window cill

A large section of this uPVC cill of a bay window had been damaged during building work. his is a standard type of repair for our technicians; the cill was fully reinstated in a couple of hours

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Detached Window Cill

Completely detached uPVC cill, permanently repaired and colour matched

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Extreme impact damage to cill

We carry out seamless permanent repairs to even extreme impact damage caused by falling items or storms.

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uPVC cill extreme damage

Our Technicians restore even missing and detached sections of uPVC cill.

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windows

frames

wooden

aluminium

upvc

chipped

split

cracked

repairs

restoration

rectify

We are following Government Guidance on the control of Covid-19 and take the health and safety of staff and customers extremely seriously. Our technicians are checked daily that they are safe to work and we do not attend any jobs where the customer has self-isolated. When our technicians are attending, they are wearing gloves and masks and respecting social distancing. For further guidance please visit the Government website