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History, Architecture and Timber Windows in the Isle of Wight

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in the Isle of Wight

Located off the South coast of England, the Isle of Wight is rich in history.  Although there is no evidence of any sites where they lived, tools have been found and the first inhabitants are believed to have been hunter-gatherers from the Stone Age. The first mention...

The Sash Window Workshop Releases New Case Study Videos

The Sash Window Workshop Releases New Case Study Videos

Have you seen our latest case study videos on our YouTube channel? When choosing which company to go ahead with to replace or repair your windows and doors, it is important to check out previous work that they have carried out for other customers.  In addition to...

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Ealing

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Ealing

Known today as the ‘Queen of the Suburbs’, Ealing in West London has an extensive history dating back to a small settlement during the Saxon period, when the county of Middlesex was formed. Originally a part of Middlesex, Ealing (excluding Old Brentford) was a small...

Are wooden sash windows energy efficient?

Are wooden sash windows energy efficient?

Are wooden sash windows energy efficient? Wooden sash windows can definitely be energy efficient.  A common misconception is that uPVC sash windows are more energy efficient, but this simply is not true. How energy efficient windows are is predominately based on the...

Have you seen our advertorial in Period Living?

Have you seen our advertorial in Period Living?

Have you seen our advertorial in the latest issue of Period Living magazine? In the article our managing director, Richard Dollar, discusses some of the important things to consider before carrying out window restoration or replacement to ensure that you choose the...

History Architecture and Timber Windows in Cirencester

History Architecture and Timber Windows in Cirencester

Cirencester (GL7), located in Gloucestershire, is the largest town in the Cotswolds.  The town dates back to the Roman period, and during the 2nd Century it was the second largest town in Britain (behind London), covering 240 acres. Shortly after the Romans settled in...

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...