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With the British tennis events concluding at Wimbledon’s All England Club this week, we take a look at some of the main tennis club events in the UK, their history and the properties that can be found in the surrounding areas.

Are you unsure what work is required for your timber windows or doors and the process involved?

Henley-on-Thames is a 12th century market town located in South Oxfordshire. The town is steeped in history and is still home to many period properties, with a number of Georgian frontages covering older buildings in Main Street.

With Royal Ascot taking place this week, The Sash Window Workshop takes a look at the history and architecture of Ascot.

Ascot is located in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in-between the neighbouring villages of North Ascot and South Ascot.

A dining room should be a place where family and friends can gather around a table with some good food, drink and conversation.

Are you attending this year’s Opera Holland Park in London W8? Look out for our advert in this year’s programme.

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

‘Noise pollution’ is disturbing or excessive noise that may harm the activity or balance of human or animal life. This can be caused by a variety of sources including traffic, house parties or roadworks.

A recent YouGov survey commissioned by RICS found that 89% of the British public believe that it is important to preserve Britain’s national heritage for future generations.

The Sash Window Workshop is proud to have achieved classification of weathertightness in accordance with standard BS 6375-1:2009 for vertical sliding sash windows.

If you are travelling on the Bakerloo or Victoria line this spring keep an eye out for our tube adverts!

The Sash Window Workshop has being raising money throughout March for Comic Relief.

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.

With the courts report earlier this year that the death of Ms Telfer, killed when window frames fell on her in 2012, was 'avoidable' (source) the issue of health and safety when working on windows has once again been thrown into the spotlight.

St Albans is first recorded as Verlamion, a Celtic British Iron Age settlement. After the Roman conquest in AD 43, they developed Verulamium and it became one of the largest towns in Roman Britain.

Godalming in Surrey lies in the valley of the River Wey and has a long history, potentially dating back to the 7th and 8th centuries.

The town was an important market town in the Middle Ages and received the first known grant to have a market and annual fair in 1300.

Palace House in Newmarket, Suffolk is home to the oldest surviving counter balance sash window in England, estimated to have been originally installed in 1671.

The vertical sliding sash window was bricked up and only rediscovered in 1996 after a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and support from English Heritage enabled the restoration of the building.

The Sash Window Workshop are proud to have been rated the best bespoke sash window company by Elle Decoration.

The Sash Window Workshop is proud to announce that we are the top rated timber window manufacturer and installer on Trustpilot, with a five star rating and a score of 9.4/10*.

We understand the importance of providing a high quality product and installation, alongside excellent customer service, and are delighted that our customers feel that we excel in all three of these areas.

The history of Chelmsford can be traced back to the Caesaromagus Roman settlement. However, when the Romans left, the town disappeared with them.

In the Middle Ages a new town was created in Chelmsford after a bridge was built across the River Can, resulting in traffic passing through Chelmsford. In 1199 a charter was obtained from the King giving permission to hold a weekly market near the bridge which resulted in the town population increasing further.

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