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If you wish to get sash windows installed on your property, or you have already got sash windows and need to have them replaced or repaired, you will need to find a competent tradesperson in your local area who can carry out this work for you. It's no use bringing in a handyman or "jack of all trades" for this sort of work, as sash windows have to be installed correctly if they are to give you good service for many years to come. This holds true whether you want wood sash windows, uPVC sash windows, Georgian sash windows or Victorian sash windows, and you need to make certain that the style of sash windows you pick fits in with the style of your house.
Sash windows will typically be manufactured in your local window factory or joinery works and can thus be bespoke to fit your property, given that you will rarely find ready-made sash windows that will precisely match your requirements. If you head to our brand new sash window website you will uncover a great deal of information concerning sash windows and sash window installation and you'll be able to pick out a good sash window fitter in your local area. Anyone who you choose to hire should be carefully checked out for excellence. Go through reviews online and get some references where feasible, so that you can make sure that they'll do an excellent job and not rip you off with substandard sashes.
Wherever possible you can ask neighbours and friends for testimonials of local sash window installers where you live, as word or mouth referrals are the best type of recommendation and if someone you know has had sash window installation work performed, and been happy with the end result, there's certainly a great chance that the sash window contractors in question will do an outstanding job for you too.
When it comes down to deciding on sash windows, there will be various aspects to consider, and not simply the style of window you need. Sash windows are manufactured from a number of different materials, each one having their own benefits and drawbacks. The initial sash windows were made from hardwood, but nowadays you can also get sash windows made from aluminium, uPVC and plastic, although most people favour the timeless hardwood ones.
A hung sash window or traditional sash window consists of one or more moving panels or sashes. The individual sashes are traditionally paned windows, but are now able to incorporate an individual piece of glass. The longest surviving examples of these kinds of windows date from the 17th century. The invention of sash windows is frequently credited, without conclusive evidence, to one Robert Hooke (of Freshwater, Isle of Wight). While other individuals consider the sash window as a Dutch invention. The final conclusion is that it is pretty much impossible to verify the exact person who invented it. Sash windows are typically found in Victorian and Georgian dwellings, and the traditional concept has 2 panes up by 3 across on each of two sash panels, providing a 6 over 6 panelled unit, however this isn't a set rule of thumb. Numerous late Victorian and Edwardian suburban houses were built using sash window units of around four feet in width.
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