Many traditional buildings often feature sash windows which present a very unique look. However when it comes to replacing them, the options can be limited as most window manufacturers tend to stay with standard openings. If you need to replace or install new sash windows then our service can help you save.
Save up to 50% on window & door work this August - Get Free Quotes Today!
Sash windows on homes allow you to easily open them in order to let a cool breeze in. They are also attractive windows for the exterior of your home, allowing you to maintain a great deal of curb appeal since they are aesthetically pleasing. These windows are also easy to maintain, energy efficient, and come in a variety of sizes and styles.► Click For Free Sash Window Quotes ◄
Sash windows can be made from single, double, or triple panes of glass. The more panes of glass there are, the more energy efficient these windows will be. Some sash windows can also double as fire escapes, and these types of windows can be ideal for second and subsequent stories of a home. They can be made from vinyl, wood or aluminium, and may even tip inward for easy cleaning as well.
Average sash window costs primarily depend on the size of the window, the number of them being replaced, and the number of panes of glass. Wooden windows can be less expensive than vinyl or aluminium ones; however, they do not tend to last as long as windows made from those materials do. Custom windows can be rather expensive, but you may need them anyway if you have an opening that is an unusual size or shape. You can sometimes receive a discount for having windows installed during the off-season, or having multiple fixtures placed at one time.
Window and door contractors abound, and knowing which one to choose for your next home improvement project can be a daunting task. That task can be made much easier when you provide us with some information in the space below. Simply take a few minutes to fill out this form, and you'll save time and money without being obligated.
Interested in sash window installation, but dread calling contractors in order to get quotes? If so, you've come to the right place. We can help you get free quotes in only a few short minutes, simply by filling out the form below. It's easy, and will not obligate you in any way. Get started right now, and begin enjoying your new windows in no time at all.
Q. What are the pros and cons of a sash window?
A. These windows are often referred to as “heritage” windows as they date back to the late 16th century and are commonly found on older buildings. Most new buildings have replaced them with modern styles, although they are still available for people who like the old style charm that they provide. They are particularly good for providing air flow on a hot summer’s day, and are easy to clean. They are more draughty, but this can be easily overcome with a seal.
Q. How can I make my existing sash windows more energy efficient?
A. Depending upon the configuration of your windows, it may be possible to add double glazing to them. Decent contractors are also able to perform draught proofing in order to seal air leaks and make your windows more weathertight. Many times, these improvements will provide you with as much energy efficiency as new windows at a fraction of the cost.
It only takes a minute to tell us about your door and window requirements using our form.
Your window and door job requirements are passed on to a leading network of specialists.
You receive up to 4 free quotes delivered direct from approved window and door fitters near you.
Are you an expert
15 Aug Doors: Porch door needed. Would like it to match our existing exterior doors with an oak-effect uPVC material. Non-standard door sizes so would need to consider a one-off door. Best prices for the door please.
15 Aug Doors: Three doors needed for our home. Front, back and rear of garage. We would like to replace our dated wooden doors with newer plastic double-glazed doors. Nothing too fancy, please provide your best quotes.
15 Aug Repairs: Repairs needed to the sills of our traditional wooden windows. We have 12 windows in total. The windows themselves seem fine, but the sills have rotted badly presumably due to poor quality wood.
15 Aug Windows: Downstairs double-glazed windows needed for our house, including a large bay window. Would like to see options available beforehand and would consider a wood-effect upvc finish if available.