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History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Littlehampton

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Littlehampton

Littlehampton (BN17) is located in the Arun District of West Sussex, roughly four miles south of Arundel.  The seaside resort can be traced back to prehistoric and Roman times and appeared in the 1086 Domesday Book as the small hamlet of Hantone. In the 1100s the...

Why we are proud to be a Which? Trusted Trader

Why we are proud to be a Which? Trusted Trader

At The Sash Window Workshop, we are proud to have been a Which? Trusted Trader since 2014. Which? are an independent organisation who have been sourcing the best products and services for consumers for over 60 years, aiming to give consumers the knowledge that they...

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Moreton-in-Marsh

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Moreton-in-Marsh

Moreton-in-Marsh (GL56) is a small market town in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds.  Located in the Evenlode Valley, Moreton-in-Marsh is a popular historical market town. With evidence of a nearby settlement dating back to the British Iron Age, the town has been...

Secondary Glazing vs Double Glazing

Secondary Glazing vs Double Glazing

Secondary glazing is regularly confused with double glazing, but they are actually two distinct products. Secondary glazing involves installing an additional window behind the existing window. Double glazing involves installing a single window comprising two panes of...

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Dulwich, South East London

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Dulwich, South East London

Dulwich, which until 1889 was part of the parish of Camberwell in Surrey, is today located across the London Boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth. The first recorded evidence of a settlement at Dulwich is from 967AD, when it was granted by King Edgar to Earl Aelfheah. ...

The 7 Most Expensive Towns and Cities in England Outside of London

The 7 Most Expensive Towns and Cities in England Outside of London

With people having to spend more time in their homes over the last year and many people working from home, you may be considering selling up and moving home. Recent research shows that an increasing number of people living in the capital are looking to relocate...

Can wooden windows be repaired?

Can wooden windows be repaired?

The simple answer to this is yes. One of the advantages of timber windows is that, unlike plastic or aluminium windows, they can often be repaired rather than requiring complete replacement. Depending on the condition of the window, repairs can often be carried out to...

The Sash Window Workshop: We Are Open

The Sash Window Workshop: We Are Open

In the light of the current Coronavirus restrictions, we wanted to reassure you that we are “open for business”. The Government has made it clear that the construction and manufacturing industries should continue, allowing us to continue manufacturing our windows and...

The Sash Window Workshop: Looking Back at 2020

The Sash Window Workshop: Looking Back at 2020

With 2020 coming to a close, we look back on a year which has been unlike any other. We are proud to have been able to adjust and respond to the challenges that this year has presented. We have achieved a lot in 2020, working hard to manufacture, install and repair...

What does a traditional sash window look like?

What does a traditional sash window look like?

A common misconception is that there is one type of design and specification for all Victorian, Edwardian or Georgian sash windows. However, traditional windows are bespoke and there were a variety of different design styles of sash windows within each of these...