The Sash Window Workshop is proud to announce that we are the top rated timber window manufacturer and installer on Trustpilot, with a five star rating and a score of 9.4/10*.
We understand the importance of providing a high quality product and installation, alongside excellent customer service, and are delighted that our customers feel that we excel in all three of these areas.
The history of Chelmsford can be traced back to the Caesaromagus Roman settlement. However, when the Romans left, the town disappeared with them.
In the Middle Ages a new town was created in Chelmsford after a bridge was built across the River Can, resulting in traffic passing through Chelmsford. In 1199 a charter was obtained from the King giving permission to hold a weekly market near the bridge which resulted in the town population increasing further.
Renovating a period home and restoring it to its former glory can be very rewarding. A restoration can both provide you with a chance to understand the history of the building and significantly enhance the value of the property.
Located on the River Thames, Caversham is a popular suburb in the Borough of Reading.
The arrival of the Reading railway in 1840 brought new job opportunities to Caversham. This resulted in a number of terraced houses being built during the late Victorian period to house local workers. The rapid growth of the area also resulted in Lower Caversham and Caversham becoming one settlement and by the start of the twentieth century Caversham had a population of over 9,000.
The Sash Window Workshop will be exhibiting this year at stand B10 at London’s Listed Property Show.
The Listed Property Show runs from 10am on Saturday 18th February until 4pm Sunday 19th February at the Olympia in West Kensington, London.
With snow fall predicted across the country over the next few days, it appears that the snow and cold winter chill is finally here.
With the start of the New Year you may be attempting to stick to New Year’s resolutions of things you would like to achieve in 2017. So why not make a resolution that will help improve the security and comfort of your home?
2016 has been a busy year at The Sash Window Workshop. We have launched our small works service for customers in London and the Home Counties, launched a new website, received FSC certification, and been shortlisted for an award in Customer Focus, alongside delivering over a thousand orders to clients across the UK.
Edwardian Windows – A History
The Edwardian period started in 1901, although there is debate on when the period finishes. The era was a period of revivalism, mixing and matching from many different influences and periods.
With Christmas only a few weeks away, we take a look at some of the UK period properties featured in popular Christmas films.
If you own a period property, you will be aware that they present their own unique challenges in comparison to modern new builds.
With another year coming to an end, we look through our top 6 advice articles from 2016.
A recent study by Which? has highlighted the big difference between the best and worst-rated double glazing companies.
The study analysed various parts of the sales and installation process, including the quality of products and installation, knowledge of staff, value for money, and customer service.
Victorian Windows – A History
The Victorian architecture period lasted from 1837 to 1901 and was made up of several styles, including the Italianate, Gothic Revival, and Queen Anne styles.
With Christmas just over a month away and days getting increasingly shorter and darker, it is important to make sure your timber windows are ready for the colder months.
The Sash Window Workshop is proud to announce that we have been shortlisted within the timber company category for the 2016 National Fenestration Awards.
Are you travelling on the Tube in London in the next few months? Look out for our Tube adverts in Warwick Avenue and Holloway Road.
When looking to replace your timber windows it is important to check whether you need to obtain planning permission for the work to be carried out.
It may only be the start of October, but it is important to check that your home is ready for the winter months before the cold weather sets in.
FSC® Friday is a yearly international celebration of responsible forestry and this year is taking place today (Friday 30th September).
The first event took place in the UK in 2008 aiming to raise awareness of the importance of looking after the world’s forests and purchasing products made from sustainable forests. Last year FSC® Friday was celebrated by 31 countries worldwide, including the UK.