Replacement Timber Windows in ST ALBANS
The Sash Window Workshop has been replacing timber windows in St Albans since 1994 and are a premium manufacturer and installer of traditional timber windows. We have extensive experience working in conservation areas and can also comply to listed building requirements, where necessary.
Traditional timber windows and doors were not manufactured to consistent standards as they are today. Consequently, every window that we repair or manufacture is different, meaning we have to pay extraordinary attention to detail. All our new wood windows are therefore bespoke and made to meet your individual requirements.
We offer a variety of different glass and ironmongery options to meet your requirements.
If you are unable to have standard double glazing due to planning restrictions, we can also manufacture single glazed windows or install our heritage double glazing.
Excellent Customer Service
We strive to provide a high quality product and installation alongside excellent customer service. We are proud to have been Which? Trusted Traders since 2014 and have a 5 star Trustpilot rating.
All our salesmen understand the importance of listening to your needs and will help you identify the right solution to meet your requirements.
We offer a range of services including secondary glazing, installing new sashes into existing frames (replacing just the moving parts), draught sealing and replacement windows and doors. We offer various new joinery products including complete new sash windows, casement windows, French doors, Front doors, Sliding doors and Bi-fold doors.
Accoya Timber: 50 Years Anti-Rot Guarantee
For new wooden sash windows and casement windows we recommend using a timber called Accoya.
Accoya is a sustainably sourced modified wood which is highly durable and comes with a 50 year anti-rot guarantee. The high durability means that it doesn’t require as much maintenance as some other timbers.
St Albans: Sash Windows and Casement Windows
St Albans is home to a high number of properties built in the Victorian period, meaning that timber sash windows are common within the city. However, with the continual growth of St Albans, casement windows can also be found on various buildings.
The Sash Window Workshop has replaced and draught proofed numberous timber windows across St Albans and nearby villages and towns, such as Wheathampstead, Harpenden and Radlett.
Below shows a bay sash window where we installed new sashes into the existing window frames: