We have a huge range of sash windows on offer, all constructed and installed by a dedicated team of experts that can easily replace your old windows with brand new sash windows. The Guild Of Master Craftsmen recognises us for our outstanding workmanship.
We can offer some of the top sash window services in the UK, whether that’s repair and replacement or fresh installations.
Not only can we work with old sash windows to provide something new and reliable, but our sash window experts can help install brand new ones in existing homes.
Our work has become popular for a reason – whether working with modern or traditional sash windows, our sash window experts always provide the best possible results.
Our professional nature has given us plenty of attention from other organisations and companies. We have regularly received work that requires a lot of trust in our abilities, such as renovating the classic wooden sash windows of period homes.
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Our expert staff in Kirkby-in-Ashfield can produce all of the popular sash windows available, working with modern trends to ensure that even traditional sliding sash windows get the same improved thermal performance benefits as their contemporary counterparts.
All of our work is bespoke, and we aim to fit the needs of each client personally – for example, we can aim to keep as many original features as possible when working on a Victorian-era building. Everything we have installed has been designed to the highest quality possible, regardless of complexity.
Our company has assembled an expert team, highly skilled at creating all kinds of windows, they can construct and install the perfect sash windows for your needs. We offer every kind of sash window available right now, from updated and reworked traditional timber sash windows to modern interpretations of a typical sash window design in Kirkby-in-Ashfield.
Beyond that, we’re able to offer additional services on top of that, from double-glazing work and sash window repair (or sash window renovation) to the construction of entirely original sash windows using a range of unique materials. We can restore even the oldest period sash windows to their former glory.
Our bespoke sash windows are all designed to fit with the client’s personal needs, whether that’s in terms of style, size, or materials. Windows and doors are an important part of retaining a home’s style, and we can offer complete replacement of classic sashes while still retaining the original function and design.
A lot of new buildings still adhere to British design heritage, with listed buildings, in particular, having a very strong focus on aesthetics. Whether you live in a listed building or just want your home’s visuals to be left unchanged, we can offer traditional timber sash windows that perfectly fit your needs.
On the other hand, we can also create modern options, moving away from period windows and doors into something that fits better with a modern home. It all depends on what our clients ask for.
We have a wide range of different windows on offer. If you can’t easily choose, sash window experts like ours can break down the benefits and drawbacks of each style.
Box sash windows are the most basic choice. They are simple windows without any other obstructions, making them the default option that many people decide to use if they want a clear, single-section lower pane to look through. These fit well with most glass doors.
Spring sash windows take a box sash and replace the weighted system with a spring. This spring allows for easier opening, effectively spring-loading the mechanism – which also reduces the overall bulk of the frame and makes it a much slimmer choice.
Georgian designs are made with a ‘six on six’ design. This means that both panes are split into six distinct ‘spaces’ with grid-like struts, the same design that many beautiful period windows still show off.
This makes them the common option for traditional sash windows but doesn’t actually have a direct benefit on the window itself. They can occasionally be used on some intricate French doors, too.
A Victorian window swaps the ‘six on six’ for ‘two on two’, cutting the lower and upper panes in half. This is a very common sight with old windows, but also tends to appear in modern British houses often too. Again, the difference is mostly cosmetic. Some front doors may also use this as windows.
Edwardian sashes are a combination of the other two options, using a ‘six on two’ design. This means that the top pane is split into two rows of three, although there isn’t a specific arrangement or pattern for how this is done.
The bottom pane is often completely clear in these windows, meaning that they still have all the visibility of a box design. However, this isn’t always the case, and it heavily depends on the design. Some doors also use a design similar to this.
High-quality materials are important when working with these designs, even if you don’t need any repairs. Nearly three-quarters of all original traditional sash windows are gone, including the timber windows, usually due to wear and tear or poor maintenance.
Good materials make a huge difference, and our sash window experts can offer multiple choices.
Timber windows are another design meant to replace wooden windows, mostly by using real wood (specifically, toughened timber) and adding additional finishes to help protect it. These can be better than even uPVC frames and offer much more character, but they also tend to be more expensive.
Using clear or frosted glass in one of these windows will not make a significant difference to the draught-proofing or other core details, but it can still be a big decision to make. Switching from one to the other after installation is much harder than deciding ahead of time.
Clear glass gives you an unobstructed pane but also means that you don’t have any inherent privacy without curtains or something else to cover the window up. Most people use these for rooms where curtains and blinds are common, like the living room. Clear glass also appears on many single doors.
Frosted glass trades a clear view for excellent privacy, scrambling whatever’s on the other side. These are more common in bathrooms, French doors, front doors, bathroom/shower doors, and other private areas but are also a great addition in terms of aesthetics.
Our bespoke vertical slider windows consist of designs that match the client’s needs, regardless of the overall design and size. We try to create vertical slider windows that perfectly match each customer’s requirements, right down to the physical shape of each pane.
We offer this bespoke care to individual customers and businesses alike to give them a perfect tailored result.