Traditional wood (timber) box sash windows have been around since the 17th Century and was progressively developed from early use by Sir Christopher Wren. Wood (timber) box sash windows remain as popular as ever exuding tradition, style and elegance.
Technical advances means that our box sash windows are made with engineered timber and are available with chains or spring balances as well as the traditional chords and weights. In addition there is a choice of furniture, finishes and special features Woldingham and generally throughout Surrey.
Traditional wood (timber) box sash windows including the UK’s slimmest traditional wood sash window are available to suit any site eventuality including bay windows.
Our wood (timber) vertical sliding box sash windows have slim sash frames, meeting rails and glazing bars with traditional mouldings; Sliding sashes are hung on smooth running chains with reliable counterbalance weights. The chains are available in a stainless steel or brass finish. Alternatively, the option of hanging sashes on traditional sash cords, which are pre-stretched to accommodate the weight of double glazed units are also available.
Quadruple draught strips stop rattles, and extremely high insulation (1.1W/m2K) glazing units minimise heat loss and down draughts. Multi-layer timber sections that resist warping and twisting are used in the manufacture.
Our wood (timber) sash windows are available in Meranti (hardwood), European Redwood and Oak.