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Did you hear us on BBC Radio Berkshire yesterday morning? BBC Radio Berkshire presenter, Bridgitte, visited us to celebrate our 25th anniversary.

The Sash Window Workshop is proud to be celebrating 25 years of business.

On the evening of the 29th January, The Sash Window Workshop hosted an event for some of their long serving employees and professional clients to attend a tour and dinner at Westminster Abbey.

Maldon in Essex is a historic maritime and market town situated on the river Chelmer. The town dates back to the Saxon period and was first recorded in 913, when it was known as Maeldun.

At The Sash Window Workshop we have been manufacturing and installing bespoke timber windows and doors for period properties since 1994.

The name Hungerford is believed to have derived from a Saxon name meaning "Hanging Wood Ford". The first written evidence of Hungerford was in 1108. However, stone age tools and remains of a bronze age building have since been discovered in the local area.

The Sash Window Workshop is proud to have donated £1,500 for Crisis, our Christmas charity for 2018.

At the beginning of the 19th Century Christmas was celebrated very differently with many businesses not considering it as a holiday. However, over a very short time period Christmas developed into something similar to what we would recognise today.

The Sash Window Workshop will be closed from the afternoon of the 21st December until the morning of the 2nd January 2019.

A recent survey by Barclays and television property expert, Phil Spencer, has highlighted that the average person in Britain stays in their home for 19 years before moving, with over half of UK homeowners choosing to make improvements to their current home instead of moving to a new property.

At The Sash Window Workshop we have over 20 years’ experience working on timber windows in period properties. To help preserve the architectural heritage of local areas, many of the period properties we work on are located in conservation areas.

Are your timber windows rattling in the wind? Did you know that you may not have to replace your windows to stop them rattling?

The first written record of Thames Ditton in Surrey was in 983. However, it remained a small village until the early 16th Century when Hampton Court Palace was built nearby.

With a landlord recently receiving a fine of over £82,000 for not obtaining the permission to modify their listed building (source), it is important to remember to obtain the appropriate permission before proceeding with any work.

Lewes was originally a Saxon village founded in around the 6th Century after the Saxons invaded East Sussex in the 5th Century. There has also been evidence that the Roman settlement of Mutuantonis may have been in the local area.

The Sash Window Workshop have recently manufactured and installed our first timber sliding door in London.

Wantage is a historic market town dating back to the Roman times. The Roman village of Wantage originally was built to serve the agricultural community in the surrounding countryside. The village appears to have been built in the 1st Century and survived well into the 4th Century.

Have you seen our adverts in Highgate and Putney Bridge underground stations? The adverts are running until the middle of November.

When looking to replace your timber sash windows or casement windows, it is important to consider what type of glass best suits your requirements. Different types of glass can offer different benefits to your home.

Have you seen our billboard advert in W6 yet? Between now and the end of October, The Sash Window Workshop have a billboard on Goldhawk Road by Stamford Brook Station.

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