With Christmas and the New Year around the corner, what better way to beautify your home in the New Year than by installing new timber windows and doors?
With windows and doors being the most prominent features on exterior of a property, ensuring your windows and doors are of a high quality and aesthetically pleasing can vastly improve the kerb appeal of your home. Timber windows and doors have also been found to add extra value to your property, with home owners preferring elegant timber windows to their plastic alternatives.
New Wooden Sashes Manufactured by The Sash Window Workshop
At The Sash Window Workshop we manufacture bespoke timber windows and doors, to suit your property. Our high quality windows and doors are made by expert craftsmen working with the latest technology in our workshop in Bracknell, Berkshire.
Aesthetics are very important when replacing windows in period homes. Unfortunately not all companies manufacture or repair traditional windows and doors sympathetically to suit a period property, meaning it is important to ensure that the company has experience working in historic homes before you purchase any new windows or doors.
At The Sash Window Workshop, we understand the importance of providing our customers with elegant, beautiful, timber windows and doors which are appropriate for the heritage and period of the property, and are proud that 46% of our customers so far in 2015 have been either returning customers, or people who contacted us after receiving a recommendation. We can also manufacture windows with detailing that is designed to match your exact requirements.
When looking to replace or repair windows and doors we are aware that many customers will be unsure of the process involved, and may not know what service is best suited to their requirements. We therefore ensure our surveyors are experts in their field, understanding how to best repair and replace timber windows and doors in period properties. This means that they will always offer the best advice to suit your requirements, and to complement and increase the value of your home.