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History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Croydon, Greater London

Croydon was originally part of Wallington in Surrey.  The town was situated on the road from London to Portslade and there is some evidence that there may have been a small Roman settlement in the area. However, the first recorded mention of a settlement in Croydon...

The Sash Window Workshop are Shortlisted for BWF Awards 2021

The Sash Window Workshop are Shortlisted for BWF Awards 2021

Following on from our recent success in winning November 2021’s Which? Trusted Trader of the Month Award, we are pleased to announce that we have been shortlisted for this year’s BWF (British Woodworking Federation) Awards. Specifically, we have been shortlisted in...

The Sash Window Workshop Win Which? Trusted Trader of the Month Award!

We are delighted to announce that we have been named as November 2021’s Which? Trusted Trader of the Month, highlighting our commitment to providing a high-quality product and customer service along with our passion for giving back to the community. The Which? Trusted...

The Sash Window Workshop Raise Over £2,000 for Charity

The Sash Window Workshop Raise Over £2,000 for Charity

At The Sash Window Workshop, we are proud to regularly support both local and national charities. Charity work has always been important to The Sash Window Workshop. As a business that was set up as a family run organisation, we still have a strong family-based ethos...

The Sash Window Workshop Invest in Second Workshop

We are proud to announce that we have now opened a second large, purpose designed workshop in Bracknell. The new workshop, which is located next door to our existing workshop, allows us to expand our manufacturing capabilities, helping us to meet the growing demand...

FSC Friday: Sustainability and Timber Windows

As part of FSC Friday, which is being marked today (24th September 2021), we look at how you can ensure your replacement sash windows or casement windows are sustainable. With growing attention on climate change and the importance of being environmentally friendly,...

History, Architecture and Timber Windows in Salisbury, Wiltshire

Salisbury in Wiltshire began as a fort dating back to the early Iron Age, known as Old Sarum.  Old Sarum was slightly north of where the centre of Salisbury sits today. By the early 11th Century, a settlement had grown on the site of the old fort and by the end of the...

The Sash Window Workshop Feature in Period Living Magazine

Have you seen our article in this month’s issue of Period Living magazine?  Located on page 97, the article provides advice on upgrading and replacing your traditional timber windows. The article looks at how you can ensure that your new windows are as energy...

Heritage Open Days 2021

After a large number of events last year had to move online, this year’s Heritage Open Days will consist of a mixture of both online and offline events, providing access to historical buildings for everyone. This year the events, which are all free, will run between...

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...

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