Have you seen our advertorial in the latest issue of Period Living magazine?
In the article our managing director, Richard Dollar, discusses some of the important things to consider before carrying out window restoration or replacement to ensure that you choose the best option for your home.
With all windows in period properties being bespoke, any replacements must be designed to suit your traditional home. Windows that are not period appropriate, or that are manufactured using incorrect or low-quality materials, not only look bad but can also reduce the value of your property.
It is therefore key to ensure that any new windows are built to last, energy efficient and help improve the look and value of your home.
At The Sash Window Workshop, we have been working with Period Living for over 15 years, helping their readers sympathetically replace and repair their wooden windows and doors.
All our windows and doors are bespoke and designed to suit your property, meaning that we can manufacture like-for-like traditional wooden windows and doors to suit your home. We offer a variety of glazing options, each with different benefits, to suit your individual requirements.
We understand the importance of choosing the right materials when manufacturing new windows. We use a timber called Accoya as standard, which is sustainably sourced, extremely durable and comes with a 50 year anti-rot guarantee. Accoya also requires minimal maintenance in comparison to other timbers.