Sash windows can prove difficult to live with in East Sussex the contemporary age considering of the dilemmas, as in draughts, wasting away and problematic application which can result in a lack of maintenance. Within older sash windows the sliding mechanism is often on view, however the modern style of window, like those Sash Windows Hastings produce allows this mechanism to be hidden, keeping it safe from both dirt and damage. Modern advances and techniques mean that even sash windows which were created long time ago and lasted can be modernized and repaired by Sash Windows Hastings to perform like new windows.
Although a more traditional style of window, the Sash frame still keeps up being one of the most popular styles across the country today and at Sash Windows Hastings we certainly agree. Modern concerns like building guidelines and project seal of approval in East Sussex, conservation concerns, energy efficiency, easy use and improved security, all shape how Sash Windows Hastings work on traditional sash windows. As a style of window, the sash is both understated and elegant which lend to its classic appearance and Perpetual prominence as Sash Windows Hastings can confirm in the duration of the process many repairs and reconstructions we have carried out.
Most often seen in Victorian or Georgian buildings across Britain, the sash window is a fairly common feature which Sash Windows Hastings retain in the style.+
By installing timber or sash windows and doors to your East Sussex property, you will raise market price of your home whilst restoring it to its former glory.+
To ensure your traditional windows in East Sussex are ready to face many more years of trouble free use, Sash Windows Hastings are able to offer premium renovation services to sash and casement windows, including the implanting of draught bolts and latch for security .+
Sash Windows Hastings sash windows are perfect for period homes in East Sussex as they preserve the traditional qualities but are free from conventional complications such as rattles, jams and draughts. The sash window has taken a number of forms since the seventeenth century when it was initially planned and from when it has never become fashionless as even at Sash Windows Hastings we still abide to the exact style.+