Timber sash windows with spiral balances allowing a tilt facility for easy cleaning.
Beautiful sash windows with new or reinstated wooden shutters
Traditional timber features with modern industry components give Timber a modern twist
To help you visualise what your new sash windows will look like, we've listed some of the more popular window designs below to give you an idea of the huge variety available. The design of the Georgian bar layout changes the appearance of any window, so it's vital to select those that match your current windows or even those that existed previously.
Whilst most sash windows are split equally in the height, larger houses often had tall 2/5th 3/5th splits downstairs with 1/3rd 2/3rd splits upstairs, we'll be happy to discuss, advise and ultimately make whatever you feel retains the character of your home.
The classic sash window layout, large panes of glass were often a sign of the householders wealth as large clear glass panes were incredibly expensive.
18th century slender georgian design, often 6 panes over 6, but sometimes as many as 12 panes over 12. Authentic georgian layouts are often without horns.
as the name suggests georgian pattern in the upper sash, larger single pane below, generally no horns
multiple lights in the upper sash, larger single pane below, generally no horns
Designed as original Victorian sash windows a single vertical glazing bar will have equal sight lines.
has 2 bars 3 equal panes wide, in both the upper and lower sashes
regency period, glazing bars to all sides approx 4", often with brighly coloured glass sides and corners
Marginal Three light
An offset three light, with a large center pane and marginal side panes
a combination sash, three light design in the upper sash, centre bar in the lower sash
designs can also include gothic or sunburst patterns, fixed or sliding styles available
often clear large panes but patterns available, either fixed or sliding styles
most sash windows provide excellent exit routes, very small windows can have fire egress fittings
coupled Style 2
on one continous cill these coupled frames are beautifully balanced, any patterns, fixed or sliding styles
coupled Style 3
normally split 1/4, 1/2, 1/4, often fixed side windows, sliding central sashes and again coupled frames on one continuous cill
upstairs windows are often smaller, transom split 1/3rd, 2/3rd, helps keep equal sized panes
Ground floor windows are often far taller, transom split 2/5ths, 3/5ths, helps keep equal sized panes
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