Wooden sash windows
Wooden sash windows
Sash windows have a certain aesthetic appeal which makes them great for traditional homes. Otherwise known as hung sash windows, they’re made up by a number of movable panels which form a frame.
With wooden window frames you’ll add even more to the traditional feel, whilst utilising an environmentally friendly material.
The sash window panes can slide open horizontally or vertically and have been used in the UK since the 1600s. They’re often found in Georgian and Victorian houses and can be made of any size.
Why choose wooden sash windows?
Sash windows are themselves a great choice to make your home stand out from the crowd, whilst giving the property a stunning visual look.
Combined with wooden window frames, you’ll be able to further the aesthetic appeal. Just like wooden double glazing, sash windows will:
Help to insulate your home. This is as important as ever with energy prices rising year-in year-out. More heat will be retained with efficient glazing, ensuring you needn’t turn up the temperature to keep warm
Create a fantastic look for your property. Wooden windows are a class above other materials when it comes to appeal and they have a stunning effect on the external look of your home.
Reduce noise pollution. With upgraded windows less noise will be able to enter your home, keeping you in peace and quiet throughout the year.
Cut carbon emissions. As you’re burning less fuel for heat because of improved home efficiency, less carbon dioxide will be created and fed into the atmosphere. This is great not only for the environment but also for helping the Government meet EU targets.
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With wooden sash windows you’ll be able to create a stunning effect for your home, which goes particularly well with traditional properties.
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Energy Performance of Houses
Homes are given an energy ranking depending on exactly how efficient they are and ratings are displayed in the data below. This varies from A, by far the most energy efficient, to G, the least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have more affordable energy bills as more heat shall be kept in your home. You'll be able to increase your home's efficiency with insulation including upvc double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.