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If you’re tired of old-style wood sliding sash windows, look no further than hardwood. Our hardwood range is manufactured from the highest quality hardwoods which have been selected for their fine grain and are only sourced from sustainable forests. This means that you know you are getting the best quality product that not only looks good, but is kind to the environment as well.
For many years, Victorian home owners have had to deal with cold air and draughts entering their property, especially during the winter months. This has made it harder to heat their property, and increased the amount of money they spend on their utility bills. Old, creaking windows which have seen better days are more likely to allow heat to escape from the property. Hardwood sliding sash windows combine all of the design elements of traditional Victorian homes with the practicality and warmth of modern window designs – giving you the best of both worlds at an affordable price.
Combining hardwood with our sliding sash windows will enable you to take advantage of all the benefits of modern double glazing, in a classic Victorian design that can complement any period detail on your home. However, unlike older windows, you won’t have to suffer with constant maintenance, noise, damp, creaking, and rattling.
These windows are available in a wide range of different designs and styles, allowing you to customise your windows based on your individual style. Experience less hassle, heat loss and maintenance when incorporating these windows into your property. Here are some of the benefits of hardwood sliding sash windows:
For more information about our hardwood sliding sash windows, just contact us today and speak to a member of our staff. These windows provide the perfect solution if you are looking to create a warmer and more secure home.
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