With the demands of modern living in Kent, a lot of people find their sash windows demanding to live with as without proper soundproofing, maintenance and repair they become draughty, difficult to use, and can begin to waste or rot. Whether you are modifying your original frames or revitalising your house, timber windows, sash windows and doors will increase market price of your Kent home. Sash windows are very common in Britain as well as utmost generally found in Victorian or Georgian style properties and Sash Windows Gillingham can professionally recreate those histiric designs.
For any questions or queries feel free to give us a telephone call at Sash Windows Gillingham by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 0800 061 4053. Allow us at Sash Windows Gillingham to renovate your sliding sash & casement windows, put draught seals and cover locks, replace damaged wood and glazing, and hence provide that your long-established windows are ready to face several more years of comfortable use. In modern sash window frames, like those from Sash Windows Gillingham, 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 Gillingham sash windows will preserve historic charm whilst overcoming typical problems, like draught, rattling and stuck windows, shaping them to be excellent for period homes.+
Here at Sash Windows Gillingham we offer the very best in sash windows to you and your property in Kent.+
Simple in design and elegant in proportion, sash windows stays the most refined and ergonomic arrangement of window ever created and Sash Windows Gillingham wish to have them that way.+
Sash windows may actually be in use for many decades but with modern repair and upgrading techniques from Sash Windows Gillingham these timeless designs can perform immaculately. Sash Windows Gillingham sash windows are laid out in conformity with the traditional window type that have been utilized, in various configurations, since the 17th century.+