With the demands of modern living in Berkshire, many people find their sash windows difficult to function with as without proper soundproofing, maintenance and repair they become draughty, difficult to use, and can begin to decompose. Sash Windows Reading original sash windows have been made by an experienced manufacturer, individually, using only the high standard of materials. Allow us at Sash Windows Reading to renovate your sliding sash & casement windows, install draught seals and cover locks, replace damaged wood and glazing, facilitating that your well-established windows are ready to face several more years of trouble-free use.
Sash windows could be centuries old but with modern repair and upgrading techniques from Sash Windows Reading these timeless designs can perfectly operate. In modern sash window frames, like those from Sash Windows Reading, the sliding mechanism is often hidden, out of sight and safe from dirt and damage whereas in older sash windows, the mechanism may be on view. Sash Windows Reading work to retain the traditional appearance of sash windows with today's stringent legislation in the construction business in Berkshire, the wants of conservation and planning authorities, and the need for energy efficiency, enhanced security and ease of use.
For any questions or queries feel free to contact us by phone at Sash Windows Reading by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 0800 061 4053.+
A traditional sash window is usually made up of two sashes that slide up and down, one in front, and one behind, in vertical grooves, counterbalanced by lead weights on cords and Sash Windows Reading windows Keep true to this.+
Here at Sash Windows Reading our experienced staff offer the best in sash windows to you and your property in Berkshire.+
Sash Windows Reading sash windows will preserve historic charm whilst overcoming typical problems, like cold air, window rattle and window jams, compelling them to be excellent period homes. Sash Windows Reading sash windows are laid out in keeping with the traditional window type that have been in existence, in various lines and forms, since the 17th century.+