Timber Sash Windows
“We really wanted to replace the UPVC windows in our Victorian home with Timber Sash Windows. I thought it would be something we couldn’t afford until I found you…” Phil Jones Kenilworth
One of our most popular products are our timber sash windows, made with the finest timbers using traditional methods of construction coupled with modern materials and products to craft beautiful, quality, secure and energy efficient timber sash windows.
Modern technology ensures that our sash windows will not warp or twist, require very little maintenance and provide 21stcentury standards of insulation, sound proofing and security.
As well as looking great our sash windows and being a great investment for your home our sash windows have all the latest glass technology built in features like ‘warm edge spacer bars’ and filled with an inert gas ‘Argon’, making them even warmer and acoustically highly efficient.
Timber Windows Standard Specification
- Individually measured
- Fully drained and vented
- Factory glazed with argon gas filled sealed units comprising soft coat energy saving glass and warm edge spacer bars to give 1.1 W/m2K U-value for the sealed units.
- Factory finished with preservative, primer and two coats of micro-porous paint
Our timber sash windows are made from Hardwood, Accoya or Oak and painted or stained to your requirements.
We make a complete range of timber sash windows, each designed to suit the needs of period properties.
Why choose timber sash windows?
Timber sash windows are a fantastic additional to any period property, as well as adding charm and character to your home they are the most efficient means of ventilation ever made.
Also by using our timber sash windows they are the best choice of material to retain character to a period property and offer warmth, comfort and durability.
All our work conforms to, or exceeds, building regulations and FENSA requirements.
Alongside offering a full installation service we can supply only and regularly work with Architects builders and self builders across the UK.