Double glazing Georgian sash windows with replacement sashes retrofitted into the existing box sash frames in Thatcham, Berkshire.
Berkshire Sash Window Specialist installed double glazing into these Georgian sash windows in Thatcham, Berks. Custom made double glazed sashes, with Georgian glazing bars, and matching Georgian patio doors were produced at their sash window workshop in Reading.
Manufactured using Accoya wood with its 50 year guarantee and incorporating Low-E double glazed units, will ensure these modern sash windows and doors are energy efficient and built to last a lifetime. The double glazed units are filled with Argon gas and one of the panes of glass uses Pilkington K, low-E glass. Low-E glass greatly improves the thermal insulation of glazing by reflecting heat back into the home. British made integral draught seals ensure the windows do not rattle and slide smoothly.
Retrofit Sash Frames
Both the sash frames and doors are accurate replicas of the original’s and have been retro-fitted into the existing box window and door frames. By installing new joinery into the existing frames minimises the cost and disruption to the property structure.
The draught seals & double glazing built into the windows and doors help to improve the comfort & energy efficiency of this period home. Improved energy efficiency saves money on fuel bills and improves the value of your home.
We not only offer double glazing for Georgian sash windows and doors. Sash Window Specialist can replicate any style of heritage window or door including Victorian, Edwardian and Gothic glazing patterns.
Sash Window Specialist Berkshire
Contact Liam today for a friendly chat about your sash window & door renovation and repair requirements.
Mob : 07799 023326
Workshop: 01189 699407
U14 Bound Oak Ind Est. Eversley Road, Reading, Berks. RG2 9PN (By Appointment Only)
Thatcham is an historic market town in the English county of Berkshire, 14 miles west of our workshop in Reading. Thatcham is regarded as probably the oldest continuously inhabited place in Britain, with signs of human occupation dating back 12,000 years.