Sash Window Links

Sash Window Links A Selection of interesting and informative links to other pages relating to sash windows & period property

A Selection of interesting and informative links to other pages relating to sash windows and period properties.

English Heritage

Historic England –Windows and Doors in Historic Buildings

Victorian Society –Windows and double glazing

SAHGB- Architectural Historians

Britain Express – Passionate about British Heritage

Historic Environment Scotland

Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990

UWE – Domestic Architecture 1700 – 1960

Institute Of Carpenters

Hackney Tools Blog – Traditional Window Woodworking Hand Tools


 Accoya – durable, non-toxic, dimensionally stable wood.

Slimlite Double Glazing Units

Make It British – Championing Made in UK



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Informative You Tube Documentary Links

2004 Time Team Special – Ightham, Kent – The Ten Million Pound House

Hidden Killers (BBC Four)

Suzannah Lipscomb reveals the killers that lurked in British homes during different historical periods.

(2013) – Hidden Killers of the Victorian Home

(2014) Hidden Killers of the Edwardian Home

(2015) Hidden Killers of the Tudor Home

(2016) Hidden Killers of the Post-War Home

(2016) New Hidden Killers of the Victorian Home

The Victorian House – (1987) with Jonathan Meades

A psycho-analysis of the Victorian house.

Episode 2 – How It Was Done

Episode 3 – Steps Beyond the Door

Episode 4 – The Home Within

Episode 5 – The Way It Is

Episode 6 – Time & Change

What The Victorians Did For Us (BBC 2001)

Adam Hart-Davis investigates the Victorian innovations that left a lasting impression on British society.

BBC 4 – The Children Who Built Victorian Britain


The Secret History Of Our Streets (BBC Two 2013)

Series looking at how London has changed since Charles Booth’s survey recording social conditions in 1886, returning to six archetypal London streets.

Portland Rd, Notting Hill, London


If Walls Could Talk – The History of the Home (BBC Four 2011)

Lucy Worsley, chief curator of the historic royal palaces, takes us through 800 years of domestic history by exploring the British home through four rooms, meeting experts and historians on the way

Living Room






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