We are based in Herefordshire and cover Kington, Leominster, Ross-on-Wye, Malvern, Bromyard and Hereford. With over a decade of experience , we have worked on thousands of sash windows in Herefordshire, Herefordshire.
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Sash windows can prove difficult to live with in Herefordshire the stylish age as a result of the problems like draughts, decaying and dubious usage which can result in a lack of upkeep. Modern advances and techniques mean that even sash windows which were put in place long time ago can be improved and renovated by Sash Windows Herefordshire to function like the recent windows. Most often seen in Victorian or Georgian buildings across Britain, the sash window is a fairly common feature which Sash Windows Herefordshire uphold in the approach .
As a style of window, the sash is both understated and elegant which Gives it an unforgettable outlook and Continuing attractiveness as Sash Windows Herefordshire can confirm through the many repairs and reconstructions we have carried out. Using only the finest quality materials, Sash Windows Herefordshire sash windows are handmade individually by an experienced professionals. You can expect only the best sash windows for you and your Herefordshire property here at Sash Windows Herefordshire.
Sash Windows Herefordshire sash windows are ideal for period homes in Herefordshire as they preserve the traditional qualities but are free from common mess rattles, jams and draughts.+
Within older sash windows the sliding mechanism is often on view, however the modern style of window, like those Sash Windows Herefordshire produce gives room for this mechanism to be concealed, keeping it safe from both dirt and damage.+
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By installing timber or sash windows and doors to your Herefordshire property, you will improve every aspect to your home whilst restoring it to its former glory. The sash window has taken many shapes since the seventeenth century when it was originally planned and from when it has never been out of fashion as even at Sash Windows Herefordshire we still maintain the same pattern.+