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Hey and welcome to my personal profile, I am Kenzie but most people call me Bones, I am a sash window fitter from Leicester, United Kingdom. My pastimes are fact checking, herping and sports memorabilia. I grew up in in Sunderland and I graduated from Queen's University Belfast. I have a sister Zoey and three brothers, I have a pet mouse called Giant. I run a sash window service and assist householders with their home improvement projects

If you wish to have sash windows installed in your home, or you've already got sash windows and need to have them replaced or repaired, you'll have to find a qualified tradesperson nearby who can carry out this task for you. It's no use bringing in a handyman oo "jack of all trades" for this kind of work, given that sash windows have to be installed properly if they are to give you many years of good service. This will apply whether you want uPVC sash windows, Victorian sash windows, wood sash windows or Georgian sash windows, and you need to ensure that the type of sash windows you pick matches the style of your home.

Sash windows are generally manufactured in your local joinery workshop or window factory and can therefore be custom made to fit your window openings, because you'll rarely find off-the-shelf products which will exactly fit your requirements. If you head to our new website you will uncover lots of information concerning sash windows and sash window installation and you will be able to do a search for a good sash window fitter in your neighbourhood. Any tradesman you choose to employ should be carefully checked out for quality. Study reviews online and get references where possible, so that you can be certain that they'll do an excellent job and not rip you off with substandard sash windowsxwindows.

Wherever it is practical you should ask neighbours and friends for references of local sash window installers in your community, seeing as word or mouth referrals are the best type of recommendation and if somebody you know has had sash window installation work executed, and been thrilled with the outcome, there's a good chance that the sash window installers under consideration will do a quality job for you too.

When it comes down to deciding on sash windows, there'll be several aspects to consider, and not simply the type of window that you need. Sash windows are manufactured from several different materials, each one having their own advantages and drawbacks. The initial sash windows were made out of wood, however nowadays you can also purchase sash windows made from UPVC, metal and plastic, though many people favour the classic wooden ones.

A sash window is made of one or several moving panels or sashes. Traditionally the individual sashes are paned windows, however they can now include an individual sheet of glass. The longest enduring examples of these windows date from England in the latter part of the 17th century. The invention of sash windows is widely credited to Robert Hooke (of Freshwater, I.O.W). Other individuals say that the Dutch invented the sash window. The conclusion seems to be that it's impossible to determine the exact person who invented it. Sash windows are frequently seen in Georgian and Victorian houses, and the classic layout has 3 panes across by 2 up on each of the 2 sashes, giving a six over six panelled window, though this isn't a fixed rule of thumb. Lots of late Victorian and Edwardian suburban houses were constructed in England using sash window units of about four feet in width, nevertheless older, hand-made units could be of virtually any dimensions required.

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