Do your timber windows let in the draughts and cold weather? The Sash Window Workshop specialise in manufacturing and installing high quality, double glazed timber windows in period properties.
All their new windows are made to order at their workshop in Berkshire, where the company’s skilled craftsmen will manufacture your new windows to your exact specifications.
Double glazing works by having a gap, filled with argon or krypton, between two panes of glass. As both of these conduct heat more efficiently than air, heat loss is reduced, allowing your home to retain the warmth. This helps improve the insulation and thermal efficiency of your home and is more effective than just draught proofing the windows.
Double glazing can also help reduce external noise levels. However, it is important to remember that other aspects of your home, such as flooring, may also affect noise levels in your property.
The Sash Window Workshop recommend using Accoya™ or durable hardwood timber. These high-quality timbers are stable and durable, allowing for minimum maintenance alongside maximum lifespan.
For properties located in London and the South, The Sash Window Workshop can provide a supply and installation service. They also provide a supply only service across the UK.
On installation all new windows are draught proofed to further improve the energy efficiency and help eliminate cold draughts.
Over half of the company’s orders come from existing customers and recommendations, highlighting their excellent customer satisfaction. The company are also proud to be a Which? Trusted Trader and have a 5-star Trustpilot rating.
The Sash Window Workshop aim to be as environmentally friendly as possible as evidenced by their FSC® certification, meaning that their timber comes from sustainable forests.
In addition to complete new windows, The Sash Window Workshop also offer a wide range of services, including replacing external timber doors; installing new sashes into existing window frames; draught proofing and overhaul; and secondary glazing.