Reinstating sash windows with new double glazed sashes Fitted into the existing box sash frames. Shepherd’s Bush, West London.
These Edwardian sash windows in Shepherd’s Bush, London had been converted to louvre windows. Sash Window Specialist London reinstated and reactivated them to the original double-hung operation.
The louvre conversion comprised a subframe fitted into the original box sash window frame. Once this had been removed we fitted new window pulley’s and weights to reactivate the counterbalance system.
Bespoke double glazed sashes, copied from adjoining property, were custom made at our sash window workshop in Reading. Crafted using Accoya wood with its 50-year guarantee ensures these modern sash windows are energy efficient and built to last for generations to come.
Low-E, energy-efficient double glazing units are filled with Argon gas and include Pilkington K glass. Low-E glazing greatly improves the thermal insulation of double glazing by actively reflecting heat back into the home.
British made draught seals are built into the frames and ensure the windows do not rattle and slide smoothly.
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 the property.
We not only offer double glazing for Edwardian sash windows. Sash Window Specialist can replicate any style of heritage window or door including Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and Gothic glazing patterns. Single glazing is available for conservation areas.
Restoring sash windows in West London inc Chiswick, Fulham, Barnes, Hammersmith and across the south of England.
Sash Window Specialist London
Contact Liam today for a friendly chat about your sash window & door renovation and repair requirements.
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U14 Bound Oak Ind Est. Eversley Road, Reading, Berks. RG2 9PN (By Appointment Only)
Shepherd’s Bush, West London
Apart from a few isolated buildings, Shepherd’s Bush remained rural until the 1870s. With the development of the railways and Victorian London’s booming population, new suburbs like Shepherd’s Bush appeared surrounding the capital.
Much of the housing in this area consists of terraces, up to four-storey tall, dating from the late 19th century. Many of these Victorian terraced homes have subsequently been divided up into small flats.