Our Timber Sash Windows

Traditional Sash Windows

 

The original Sash Window design is a simple one-over-one panel design and has been in use in England since the 1670s, for example at Ham House in London.


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Victorian Sash Windows

 

Victorian Sash Windows employ a slightly more complicated ‘four-over-four’ panel design. The box sash was the most popular type of window in Victorian times.

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Georgian Sash Windows

 

Georgian sashes were more typically two moveable sashes divided each into six panes with narrow glazing bars, and are more decorative than Victorian Sash Windows.

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Marginal Sash Windows

 

Marginal Sash Windows feature narrower side panes so that the central window is larger, allowing in more light than Georgian or Victorian Sash Windows.

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