Category: Sash Windows

Category: Sash Windows

04 Jun 2017

Save Energy At Home Starting With Sash Windows

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One of the best ways to do our bit for the environment is save energy in the home. We all forget to turn off lights, or turn down the heating when the room is more than comfortable already and these a...
28 May 2017

Protect the value of your home with these window & door tips.

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Don't be fooled by smart plastic sales tactics. UPVC Broken after ten years requiring entire replacement
Don't be fooled by smart plastic sales tactics. UPVC Broken after ten years requiring entire replacement
This week I received a run of calls that I thought I would talk about. The calls theme being “can you send someone come to evaluate the condition of the windows and doors at a property we might...
21 May 2017

Is it really worth draught proofing my original sash windows?

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Original sash window draught proof and decorated
Original sash window draught proof and decorated
Is it really worth draught proofing sash windows? There has never been an easier question and answer than this in the whole of the sash window industry. Absolutely yes if you can find someone that wil...
17 May 2017

Why my sash window security leaves me sleeping peacefully.

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Pictured is a Fitch fastener which looks beautiful, however not as practical and that's why this article should be read carefully as there are some great tips.
Security for sash windows has really stepped up lately. There’s never been a better time to secure sash windows and still maintain the period character of your property. With a combination of 6 ...
16 May 2017

Replace or repair my sash windows?

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repair or replace my sash windows
Using existing sash windows in almost all cases will result in short, medium, and long term costs savings, as well as reducing carbon emissions. If you’re unsure on the correct path to take, th...
16 May 2017

A brief history of sash windows

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Image by https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/
The oldest build containing sash windows still in existence today is Ham House. We are pretty sure that the Orangery was built in the 1670’s and it had Classic Dutch influence, thus leading us...