Replacement Timber Windows in an Edwardian Property

The Sash Window Workshop specialise in traditional timber windows and doors.

They were contacted by an interior designer to replace several timber windows for a project that they were working on in North London. The new windows needed to be as energy efficient as possible, while also being in keeping with the architectural style of the building and finished to perfection.

After confirmed that they wished to go ahead, The Sash Window Workshop manufactured and installed several bespoke new windows. Since the work was completed, the client commented that “the replacement windows are everything we and our client expected.”

The Sash Window Workshop are proud to provide a high-quality product and service, reflected in the fact that roughly half their orders come from recommendations and existing customers.

Due to their continued success, the company have recently opened a second large workshop, helping to meet growing demand for their product.

Richard Dollar, The Sash Window Workshop’s Managing Director, comments:
“Having started from nothing in 1994, we are very proud of the success of our business. This success has enabled us to make a £1 million plus investment this year into new premises, plant and equipment.

We believe our future success depends on continuing to provide outstanding products alongside excellent customer service and making sure that every day we try to do things even better.”

To obtain a quotation, contact us now.

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