Types of Sash Windows
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- Sliding sash windows
- Box sash windows
- Timber sash windows
- Hardwood sash windows
- Wooden sash windows
- Replacement sash windows
What Makes an Artisan Bygone Sash Window so authentic?
Artisan offer a traditional white wood grain effect which looks and feels like wood with the advantages low maintenance , security & longevity of PVC-u. So convincing is this effect that a lot of our customers can’t tell the difference between our timber sash window & our period style PVC-u sash window.
"I feel I should write to you to express my satisfaction in the way that your company has conducted itself in respect of the work carried out at my premises in February. It makes a pleasant change to come across a company that is obviously concerned about the customer and this concern was evident from both management and the employees who actually arrived to fit the windows.
The Victorians introduced horns in the 1850’s to prevent the sash weights from damaging window frames as sash windows gained extra weight from the thicker and heavier glass.
Most other companies offer stick on horns which look very artificial when compared to our continuous horns.
Deep Bottom Rail.
Originally the bottom rail on the lower sash was far deeper than its side members, constructed using 4 or 5 inch deep timbers as the lower rails carried most of the weight.
It would be much cheaper and easier to use the same profile as the sides but this would spoil the authentic appearance and elegant sight lines of the traditional sash window.
Surface Mounted Georgian Bars.
The Georgian bars that create each pane are essential to maintain the traditional look of sash windows. To achieve this Artisan offer a range of putty line or cottage style bars that are bonded to the outside and inside of the glass units giving the authentic appearance of a Georgian sash window.
World Heritage Site
It is no wonder the local authority and conservation officers thought it fit for us to install windows into a B&B within the walls of Conwy Castle a World Heritage site.
The Artisan period style Sash Window ,as well as looking like a traditional sash window has the advantages of no painting, tilt option for easy cleaning, sound proofing, thermally efficient, high security , limit stop which allows the openers to only open 100mm, particularly important when you have young children to keep safe and heavy duty torso balances tested to at least 50,000 openings.
Timber sash windows
Traditional Timber Sash Windows made from Engineered Softwood or Hardwood and painted or stained to your requirements. Getting the right look for your home can be difficult. We don't agree with having to comprise style for efficiency, that's why we've created the Artisan Collection, combining authentic new sash windows for your home, with all the benefits of modern energy efficiency.
Timber Sash Windows
We produce the very best in high quality timber sash windows, designed and engineered to your exact requirements. Whether you are looking to replace your current timber sash windows, with authenticsash windows which comply with the latest modern energy efficiency standards, or whether you are looking to transform the image of your house, with authentic sash windows, you have come to the right place.
Beautiful Timber Sash Windows
Using the finest Timber Sash Windows Materials
All Hardwood Sash Windows are guaranteed to last years to come
Our Timber Sash Windows, will give you the traditional quality along with the latest in glazing technologies, to give an impressive result, every time!
Timber Sash Windows
If you looking for stunning, highly energy efficient hardwood sash windows, to both enhance the look of your home, and reduce energy bills, then look no further. Artisan ties together quality with practicality to produce the highest quality new and replacement sash windows for your home.
Our hardwood sash window collection, is manufactured using the highest quality materials, meaning, that even in adverse whether conditions, your windows, will retain their strength, structure and aesthetics for many years to come.