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Hey there, my name's Tobias but my nickname is Biscuits, I am a sash window fitter living in Stratford Upon Avon, England. My pastimes are knitting, gold prospecting and rock tumbling. I grew up in in Milton Keynes and studied at University of Salford. I've got a sister Miah and a brother Clarke, I've a pet pony called Cali. I run a sash window service and assist home-owners with their sash window requirements

If you wish to have sash windows installed on your property, or you've already got sash windows and need to have them replaced or repaired, you'll have to look for a skilled tradesperson in your local area who can carry out this task for you. It's not the best idea to bring in a "jack of all trades" or handyman for this type of work, seeing as sash windows must be fitted properly if they are to give many years of good service. This will apply whether you're installing Victorian sash windows, Georgian sash windows, uPVC sash windows or wooden sash windows, and you need to make sure the type of sash window you choose complements the design of your property.

Sash windows are commonly manufactured in your local joinery shop or window factory and can thus be custom made to fit your window openings, as you will rarely find ready-made sash windows that will exactly match your requirements. If you head to our new website you will uncover a great deal of information regarding sash windows and sash window installation and you'll be able to do a search for a good sash installer in your neighbourhood. Any tradesman you decide to hire should be meticulously checked out for quality. Examine reviews online and get references wherever feasible, so that you can ensure that they'll do a decent job and not con you or rip you off with poor quality windows.

Whenever it is practical you can ask family and friends for testimonials of local sash window specialists in your area, given that word or mouth referrals are the best type of personal recommendation and if an acquaintance of yours has had sash window installation work undertaken, and been pleased with the outcome, there's a good likelihood that the sash window experts concerned will do a fantastic job for you too.

With regards to deciding on sash windows, there'll be several matters to think about, and not merely the type of window that you need. Sash windows are manufactured from a range of different materials, each having their own advantages and drawbacks. The original sash windows were made out of hardwood, however these days you can also get sash windows made from uPVC, aluminium and plastic, although a lot of people prefer the traditional hardwood ones.

A hung sash window or traditional sash window comprises one or more moving sashes or panels. Traditionally the individual sashes are paned windows, but they are now able to include an individual sheet of glass. The eldest surviving examples of these kinds of windows date from England in the late 1600s. The invention of sash windows is frequently credited, without real evidence, to the English architect Robert Hooke (born 1635). Other people see the sash window as a Dutch creation. The final conclusion appears to be that it is impossible to establish the exact person who invented it. Sash windows are frequently observed in Georgian and Victorian homes, and the timeless design has three panes across by two up on each of 2 sashes, resulting in a 6 over 6 panelled window, even though this isn't a limited rule. Millions of late Victorian and Edwardian suburban houses were constructed using standard sash window units about 4 feet in width, nevertheless older, tailor-made windows could be of any size required.

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Sash Windows
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United Kingdom
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Hey there, my name's Tobias but my nickname is Biscuits, I am a sash window fitter living in Stratford Upon Avon, England. My pastimes are knitting, gold prospecting and rock tumbling. I grew up in in Milton Keynes and studied at University of Salford. I've got a sister Miah and a brother Clarke, I've a pet pony called Cali. I run a sash window service and assist home-owners with their sash window requirements

If you wish to have sash windows installed on your property, or you've already got sash windows and need to have them replaced or repaired, you'll have to look for a skilled tradesperson in your local area who can carry out this task for you. It's not the best idea to bring in a "jack of all trades" or handyman for this type of work, seeing as sash windows must be fitted properly if they are to give many years of good service. This will apply whether you're installing Victorian sash windows, Georgian sash windows, uPVC sash windows or wooden sash windows, and you need to make sure the type of sash window you choose complements the design of your property.

Sash windows are commonly manufactured in your local joinery shop or window factory and can thus be custom made to fit your window openings, as you will rarely find ready-made sash windows that will exactly match your requirements. If you head to our new website you will uncover a great deal of information regarding sash windows and sash window installation and you'll be able to do a search for a good sash installer in your neighbourhood. Any tradesman you decide to hire should be meticulously checked out for quality. Examine reviews online and get references wherever feasible, so that you can ensure that they'll do a decent job and not con you or rip you off with poor quality windows.

Whenever it is practical you can ask family and friends for testimonials of local sash window specialists in your area, given that word or mouth referrals are the best type of personal recommendation and if an acquaintance of yours has had sash window installation work undertaken, and been pleased with the outcome, there's a good likelihood that the sash window experts concerned will do a fantastic job for you too.

With regards to deciding on sash windows, there'll be several matters to think about, and not merely the type of window that you need. Sash windows are manufactured from a range of different materials, each having their own advantages and drawbacks. The original sash windows were made out of hardwood, however these days you can also get sash windows made from uPVC, aluminium and plastic, although a lot of people prefer the traditional hardwood ones.

A hung sash window or traditional sash window comprises one or more moving sashes or panels. Traditionally the individual sashes are paned windows, but they are now able to include an individual sheet of glass. The eldest surviving examples of these kinds of windows date from England in the late 1600s. The invention of sash windows is frequently credited, without real evidence, to the English architect Robert Hooke (born 1635). Other people see the sash window as a Dutch creation. The final conclusion appears to be that it is impossible to establish the exact person who invented it. Sash windows are frequently observed in Georgian and Victorian homes, and the timeless design has three panes across by two up on each of 2 sashes, resulting in a 6 over 6 panelled window, even though this isn't a limited rule. Millions of late Victorian and Edwardian suburban houses were constructed using standard sash window units about 4 feet in width, nevertheless older, tailor-made windows could be of any size required.

Discover Good Sash Window Fitters Here