With the demands of modern living in Kent, many people find it hard to keep their sash windows' at its best with as without proper soundproofing, maintenance and repair they become draughty, difficult to use, and can commence to rot. Sash windows seem to have been in use for centuries but with modern repair and upgrading techniques from Sash Windows Folkestone these classics can work immaculately. Allow us at Sash Windows Folkestone to renovate your sliding sash & casement windows, install draught seals and cover locks, replace damaged wood and glazing, and consequently, ensure that your classical windows are ready to face many more years of comfortable use.
Simple in design and elegant in proportion, sash windows is still the most wonderful and striking arrangement of window ever created and Sash Windows Folkestone want to preserve them that way. Despite being such an ancient sort of window, Sash Windows Folkestone believe that the sash window has managed to retain its appeal and Lingers as extremely prevalent and loved in homes across the country at the present time. Here at Sash Windows Folkestone we are qualified to provide expert care in sash windows to you and your property in Kent.
Sash Windows Folkestone sash windows will preserve historic charm whilst overcoming typical problems, such as windows being stuck, windows rattling, and draught, shaping them to be perfect for period homes.+
In modern sash window frames, like those from Sash Windows Folkestone, the sliding mechanism is often hidden, out of sight and safe from dirt and damage whereas in older sash windows, the mechanism may be on view.+
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