simply sash: double glazing

Double Glazing Your Sashes

We are often asked if it is possible to double glaze existing sash windows and generally the answer is yes.

Approaches to double glazing

Traditional sashes are single glazed, with the glass on the outside, they don't easily convert to having a double glazed unit installed, with the glass rebated on the inside.
We find that in most instances, it is better to start again with the actual sashes.
We build quality copies that match the original windows, but are designed to take double glazed units.

Double Glazing Service

Double glazed and draft proofed timber sash windows, made to measure and installed from £899.99 per window plus VAT.
Starting price for windows up to 1.3m tall.

For larger windows, please contact uscontact us to discuss your requirements.

This includes two new wooden double glazed sashes, additional weights to counterbalance, a draught proofing service and installation.
Once the remainder of the frames have been brought up to gloss by your decorator, your sash window will look like new.

See terms and conditionsterms and conditions for service details and pricing.

Is double glazing the right solution?

When thinking about double glazing, we need to keep in mind the historic nature of properties.
In many instances, double glazing is not appropriate. Indeed in most listed buildings you will not be given permission to double glaze the sash windows.
However there are other options. Combinations of blinds, lined curtains, shutters and secondary glazing, along with our cost-effective draught proofing servicedraught proofing service can achieve the same - and in some instances better - heat and sound control.

We will do our best to give you all the information you need to make an informed decision.
If you have any questions, please contact uscontact us.

See our glossary glossary page for an explanation of sash window parts and terms.

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