Sash Windows for Lincolshire
First introduced in the late 17th century, sash windows remained popular across the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras. As such, sash windows can be found in many different styles of home. Perhaps the most notable feature of sash windows is how they open and close. Sash windows feature two panes of glass positioned in vertical grooves that slide up and down; one in front and one behind. This motion is made easy by the use of a simple but highly effective counterweight mechanism. Traditionally made from lead, counterweights found in modern windows now feature durable, energy efficient springs that enable the windows to be opened and closed incredibly easily.
Sash windows can be recognised instantly by their grid designs and are usually made up of a grid of smaller glass panes joined with bars. Georgian-style houses can often be associated with ‘six over six’ or ‘eight over eight’ grids whereas Victorian homes usually have a ‘two over two’ pattern. We are a family-owned business with over 25 years of experience providing homeowners in and around the Lincolnshire and East Midlands region with quality home improvement products. Proud of our local reputation, we do everything we can to provide excellent customer service and the best sash window prices in Lincolnshire.