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Like electrical items, which are rated on how little energy they use, windows are also rated on energy efficiency. When looking to replace your windows, it is important to check the energy ratings of the replacement windows.

When looking to replace your windows in a Conservation Area, the first thing that you need to establish is whether your home is in an Article 4 Conservation Area.

If your window needs replacing it is worth considering whether you can just replace the moving parts of the window (the sashes) or whether the whole window will require replacement.

When looking to replace your timber windows it is important to check whether the windows will comply with building regulations.

When designing the perfect study room or office for your home it is important to consider your personal requirements and what works best for you when working or studying.

When installing a replacement window or door, or looking to upgrade existing ironmongery, it is important to consider the style that would suit your property, in addition to the quality of the furniture.

At The Sash Window Workshop we often get asked by customers what is the difference between a sash window and casement window. To address this uncertainty, we have created an infographic to highlight the main differences, alongside some of the benefits and issues associated with each type of window.

When looking to improve the thermal efficiency in your home you may be unclear as to whether your windows just need draught proofing or whether you should double glaze your windows as well.  Within this article, we outline the benefits associated with each repair service and what you should expect.

The Sash Window Workshop is proud to have established an excellent reputation for manufacturing, installing and repairing timber windows since being established in 1994.

When looking to add value to your period home, it is important to ensure that original features are retained, where possible, or replaced with like-for-like. If the originally features have been removed, you can often identify what should have been in your property by looking at other houses nearby.

Renovating a period home and restoring it to its former glory can be very rewarding. A restoration can both provide you with a chance to understand the history of the building and significantly enhance the value of the property.

With snow fall predicted across the country over the next few days, it appears that the snow and cold winter chill is finally here.

With the start of the New Year you may be attempting to stick to New Year’s resolutions of things you would like to achieve in 2017. So why not make a resolution that will help improve the security and comfort of your home?

Edwardian Windows – A History

The Edwardian period started in 1901, although there is debate on when the period finishes. The Edwardian era was a period of revivalism, mixing and matching from many different influences and periods.

With another year coming to an end, we look through our top 6 advice articles from 2016.

A recent study by Which? has highlighted the big difference between the best and worst-rated double glazing companies.

The study analysed various parts of the sales and installation process, including the quality of products and installation, knowledge of staff, value for money, and customer service.

Victorian Windows – A History

The Victorian architecture period lasted from 1837 to 1901 and was made up of several styles, including the Italianate, Gothic Revival, and Queen Anne styles.

With Christmas just over a month away and days getting increasingly shorter and darker, it is important to make sure your timber windows are ready for the colder months.

When looking to replace your timber windows it is important to check whether you need to obtain planning permission for the work to be carried out.

It may only be the start of October, but it is important to check that your home is ready for the winter months before the cold weather sets in.

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