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Hi there and thanks for visiting my short profile, my name's Liam but my friends call me Tango, I'm a sash window specialist living in Cheltenham, United Kingdom. My favorite passions are acrobatics, video editing and weightlifting. I grew up in in Chichester and graduated from University of Central Lancashire. I've got a sister Edith and a brother Arjan, I've got a pet hamster called Baron. I manage a sash window enterprise and like to assist people with their sash window needs

If you need to have sash windows installed on your property, or you've already got sash windows and need to get them repaired or replaced, you'll need to track down a seasoned tradesman in your neighbourhood who can do this work for you. It's not the best idea to bring in a handyman or "jack of all trades" for this kind of work, since sash windows have to be installed correctly if they are to give many years of good service. This holds true whether you're installing Georgian sash windows, Victorian sash windows, timber sash windows or uPVC sash windows, and you need to be sure that the type of sash windows you choose closely matches the style of your property.

Sash windows are commonly made in your local window factory or joinery workshop and can thus be bespoke to fit your window openings, because you'll rarely find off the rack windows which will exactly match your needs. If you visit our brand new sash window website you'll uncover lots of information concerning sash window installation and sash windows and you'll be able to do a search for a good sash window installer in your local area. Any tradesman you decide to employ should be diligently checked out for quality. Study reviews online and get some references whenever feasible, so that you can make sure that they will do a decent job and not swindle you with poor quality sashes.

Wherever it is practicable you can ask neighbours and friends for referrals of local sash window installers close to you, given that word of mouth is the best kind of recommendation and if a person you know has had sash window installation work carried out, and been pleased with the final result, there's definitely a great likelihood that the sash window company under consideration will do a solid job for you too.

When it comes to picking sash windows, there'll be various things to think about, and not merely the type of window that you need. Sash windows can be found in a number of different materials, each having their own benefits and drawbacks. The initial sash windows were made from timber, but nowadays you can also get sash windows made from plastic, aluminium and UPVC, although many property owners favour the classic wooden ones.

A hung sash window or traditional sash window incorporates one or several moving "sashes" or panels. The individual sashes are traditionally paned windows, but they are now able to contain an independent sheet of glass. The oldest existing examples of sash windows were installed in England in the late seventeenth century. The invention of the sash window is frequently credited to the English architect Robert Hooke. Other people claim that the Dutch invented the sash window. The conclusion seems to be that it is impossible to pinpoint the exact person who invented it. The sash window is generally observed in Victorian and Georgian dwellings, and the timeless design has 2 panes up by 3 across on each of the 2 sash panels, providing a six over six panelled window, though this isn't a set rule. Many suburban houses from the late Victorian and Edwardian era were constructed in England using sash window units of around 4 feet in width.

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