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Sash Windows Hale Greater Manchester (WA14): Sash windows provide a stylish, period look to any house in Hale and can increase your property's value with their authentic style and charm. If you need to replace your current sash windows, the contemporary versions will be every bit as authentic looking as the original windows, and if you have a period property, a listed building or your home lies within a conservation area, due to local regulations, sash windows may be your only replacement option.

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If your particular size or style of sash window isn't obtainable off the shelf, a professional Hale glazing company will custom build your windows to observe any guidelines relating to listed building and conservation area considerations, and your own personal requirements. Using sustainably sourced timber in hard or soft wood varieties, that are known for their durability and anti-rot characteristics, a trained tradesman will skillfully fashion your windows. Of course, you may favour a more modern aluminium, composite, uPVC frame to integrate your sash windows seamlessly with your style of home.

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The main difference between sash windows and casement windows, is that sash windows don't use a hinge to open, they slide. Each sash window has two parts, whereby one or both are able to slide vertically behind the other. To keep the window in place there are counterbalances and sash cords that allow the window to be opened at any size of gap for differing ventilation requirements. Classic, old fashioned sash windows do not move in any other direction than vertically, but more modern day versions allow for vertical or horizontal (referred to as Yorkshire Sash) movement, and also offering tilting designs which are far easier to clean.

Enhanced room ventilation is one of the important advantages that sash windows have over their counterparts. When both window sashes can be moved you can leave gaps both top and bottom, which generates a convection air flow within the room with warmer air exiting through the upper gap, and cooler air entering through the lower gap. This gain is especially valuable in sunny summer months and helps to improve personal comfort levels around your property in Hale.

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To prevent any unauthorised opening of your windows and improve the security of traditional sash windows, locks, stops, double or reinforced glazing and threaded bolt screws can be used to provide peace of mind for home owners in Hale. A decent kind of security for a sash window in Hale is the addition of a frame to frame sash lock. Stopping either sash from being opened, this sort of lock involves the fitting of a bolt or bar which anchors the bottom frame to the upper sash. As potential intruders cannot access it from outside, security is further increased.


If your existing sash windows in Hale have been damaged or no longer work effectively, then it is time to think of either refurbishing or replacing them before they get even worse. To find out if it's possible to repair and restore your current windows, or swap them for new sash windows, you will need to get professional advice from your local Hale sash window fitter.

If a complete refurbishment is the decided course of action for your sash windows in Hale, then for this work to be successfully undertaken, they will need to be taken out of their frames. Some sash window repairs may not be that difficult and might only involve scraping off several layers of paint which have built up throughout the years, or maybe the frame may require to be put in a special jig and tightened if the panes of glass are draughty and rattling. A professional Hale sash window contractor will offer a preliminary inspection service of your frames and windows before imparting guidance on potential procedures to remedy any problems. In most cases sash windows can be repaired, whether they are suffering from cracked glass, faulty mechanisms, worn out sash cords or rotting frames. You should bear in mind though, that in the cool light of day there's frequently a juggling act between what's actually possible and what is more cost-effective in the long run.

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It can be confusing looking at a sales catalogue or online at all of the various different styles of sash windows which are on offer. It is much easier to think that there are just three main designs: Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian. Each of these 3 patterns has their own variants which can be adapted for the style of your house in Hale.

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Georgian - With traditionally six independent panes in the top sash, over six independent panes in the bottom sash, the "six over six" Georgian style sash window is easy to spot. The Half-Georgian is a modification of this style with 6 panes in one half, and a single pane in the other, while another Georgian-variant sees a sash window which can have different sized panes in lower and upper, as long as one half of the window numbers six panes.

Victorian - A 2 over 2 panel design which may also incorporate a central bar, or versions like asymmetric (two over three, three over two etc).

Edwardian - A six over two style that's similar in design to the Half-Georgian.

It is much easier to ask your your local sash window installation company for their recommendations on the best design to suit your house in Hale.

Various window sizes, plus bay and coupled windows, can be made in all these sash window designs. There's in fact another main kind of sash window, which is referred to as the Yorkshire Sash Window. Integrating with any of the three principal designs and their adaptations, this style is a horizontally sliding window.

It's not only the design of window that you'll have to look at, but also what material it is made out of, because sash windows are made from several different materials. The classic sash windows from the seventeenth century, and for most of the last 400 yrs were made out of wood. Most of the modern timber sash windows are manufactured from sustainable softwoods like European redwood, Douglas fir, deal and Scots pine, while the early windows were mostly crafted from English oak, of which there was a plentiful supply in those far distant times.

Aluminium windows were developed during the 70's, and fairly quickly the first uPVC sash windows started to appear, which due to their durability, high level of security, low-maintenance qualities and energy efficiency, became ever more popular in Hale.

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Up until recently, sash windows were only fitted with one single pane of glass. You might have to replace your sash windows with a similar arrangement if your home is a listed building or your property is situated in a protected conservation area. To improve on the thermal attributes of the original glass, it's now possible using modern developments, to replace it with much better toughened glass. This allows you to replace all of your sash windows yet preserve the look of the building as a whole.

In order to conform to the the restrictions for the Hale area, you need to contact a specialist local sash window installer, who'll also be able to provide you with the best and most economical materials that are necessary to undertake the work. When existing materials have to be renovated, thanks to requests by a conservation officer or your local authority, a window by window inspection may be required to minimise any impact to the building. So as to get a report ready for the planning department, a specialist company will complete this survey and supply full details of your renovation scheme, necessary replacement works and technical drawings.

It might be conceivable to upgrade your sash windows in Hale by adding secondary glazing. This enables you to improve thermal efficiency, reduce noise and stop condensation by adding a vertical sliding secondary glazing panel to the inside of your sash windows. Even when you are limited by planning regulations in the case of a listed building, secondary glazing solutions can typically be accomplished to help retain the authentic character and appearance of the building.


If you want sash windows which will last for the foreseeable future, there are a selection of companies in the Hale area who will be able to provide you with professional installation of sash windows. When possible, you should ask neighbours and friends for recommendations of window fitters in Hale. From the prospective companies, try to get at least three estimates. Registered membership of either the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme, the TGAS (Glazing Arbitration Scheme) or the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF), should pretty much guarantee a company's skill and experience in glazing and sash window installations. Hiring a local Hale sash window contractor that's a member of one or more of these specialist trade organisations will also mean that you'll be able to get help in the unlikely event that there are any arguments about inferior workmanship, building regulations violations or faulty products.

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Sash windows can be installed in Hale and also in: Dunham Massey, Bowdon, Bowgreen, Warburton Green, Altrincham, Hale Barns, Little Bollington, Timperley, Thorns Green, Davenport Green, Styal, Ashley, Broadheath, together with these postcodes WA15 0LW, WA14 5UN, WA15 0NY, WA14 5PU, WA15 0LJ, WA15 0PD, WA14 3UY, WA14 2YG, WA15 5SB, WA14 3HS. Local Hale sash window installers will likely have the telephone code 0161 and the postcode WA14. Checking this out should ensure that you're accessing local providers of sash windows. Hale property owners will be able to benefit from these and countless other window related services.

Aluminium Sash Windows Hale

If you are interested in slender lines, increased glass and less obtrusive frames in your windows, you might consider aluminium sash windows for your property in Hale. Found in a range of colours and styles, aluminium sash windows offer a streamlined contemporary look, together with durability, resistance to rust and strength.

With these windows being practically maintenance free, aluminium is an excellent material that's easily recycled, sustainable and environmentally friendly. The modern aluminium sash windows on the market today are properly insulated, double-glazed and comply with all of the applicable Building Regulations. They're way better than those that were installed during the 1970s.

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Whilst a very good degree of security is offered by most contemporary uPVC and aluminium sash windows, certain susceptibilities can be found in the older wooden sash windows. If you currently have traditional wood sash windows in your house in Hale you may be looking for sash window locks or additional security innovations that can be fitted to your windows.

The main step in keeping your sash windows secure is to ensure that they're nicely maintained and working perfectly. Beyond that simple advice, there are a number of additional measures that can be taken to boost the security of your sash windows.

You could fit dual screws which lock both frames of the sash window together. You can install sash window restrictors which control how much the windows can be opened. You can install reinforced glass which is stronger and more difficult to smash, thus discouraging burglars. You can put in sash window catches, which allow adequate ventilation whilst preventing access by criminals.

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For anybody trying to build a sash window or make a repair on an existing one, there's an array of sash window mouldings on offer. When small repairs are necessary, this is especially handy, as you can just get the parts that you need for the task in hand, and you won't need to order a whole window. The most widely available mouldings are parting beads, sash stiles, ovolo glass beads, bottom rails, sash bars, staff beads, step cills, stiles, top & bottom meeting rails, glazing bars and transom drips.

These are offered in both softwoods and hardwoods, and if you conduct a search on the net for "sash window mouldings" you'll be able to find variations in pine, but also in sapele, meranti and oak. Unless there's a joinery works or wood machining workshop near you in Hale, sourcing these products locally might be an issue, and it's doubtful that you will find them in B&Q or a local DIY store.

Yorkshire Sliding Sash Windows Hale

There's a fourth form of sash window that is perhaps not so widely recognised as the traditional Edwardian, Georgian and Victorian patterns, and this is termed the "Yorkshire Slider" or "Yorkshire Sliding Sash Window". Since the sashes slide from side-to-side (horizontally) as opposed to vertically as with the other types, this kind of window is sometimes referred to as the "Horizontal Sliding Sash Window". These windows were originally designed for use in workers cottages, because they were cheaper to make, and are now frequently seen in listed buildings and period cottages. As the name suggests, they are believed to have originated from the North Yorkshire area.

Greater Manchester Sash Windows

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In the Greater Manchester area you'll additionally find: Cheadle Hulme sash window installers, Rhodes sash window installation, Ainsworth sash windows, Hale Barns sash window installers, Ramsbottom sash windows, Hazel Grove sash window fitters, Chew Moor sash window installation, Broadbottom sash window installation, Bowdon sash window installers, Mottram in Longdendale sash window fitters, Cheadle sash window installation, Mossley sash window installation, Worsley sash window installers, Platt Bridge sash window fitters, Saddleworth sash windows, Little Hulton sash window installation, Tottington sash window fitters, Springhead sash window installers, Ramsbottom sash window installers, Newhey sash windows, Offerton Park sash window installers, Higher Folds sash window installers, Hattersley sash window fitters, Lees sash window installers, Leigh sash windows, Delph sash window installers, Lowton sash window installers.

Throughout Greater Manchester you should be able to find sash window fitters who'll provide various sash window services. If you're unable to find the perfect sash window specialist in Hale itself then you should be able to uncover one nearby.

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Current Greater Manchester sash window projects: Saffron Heywood recently enquired about getting a price for replacing the Victorian sash windows in a semi-detached house in Newton. Rubie Burke recently enquired about installing uPVC sash windows in a bungalow in Little Lever. Elinor Hewitt and Dale Hewitt recently enquired about the possibility of replacing the sash windows in a terraced house in Springhead. Humphrey Steward and Mara Steward recently enquired about installing Georgian sash windows in a semi-detached house in Blackrod, Greater Manchester. Mollie Nott and Martin Nott recently requested a quote for replacing the Georgian sash windows in a cottage in Broadbottom. Colby and Dahlia Fernandez recently requested a quote for replacing the wooden sash windows in a bungalow in Hawkshaw. Luna and Daniel Purvis recently enquired about getting a price for replacing the Georgian sash windows in a terraced house in Bickershaw. Helen Riley and Leyton Riley recently requested a price quote for replacing the uPVC sash windows in a terraced house in South Turton. These Greater Manchester householders did a search for "sash windows Greater Manchester" and located this page on either Bing, Google or Yahoo.

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There are a number of different tasks that can be accomplished by your local Hale sash window specialist including sash window beading in Hale, bespoke sash windows, Georgian sash window installations in Hale, sash window mouldings Hale, traditional sash windows Hale, uPVC sash windows Hale, sash window stops, casement windows, sash window trickle vents, box sash windows Hale, secondary glazing in Hale, sash window restoration Hale, sash window renovation in Hale, sash window soundproofing, sash window weight replacement, aluminium sash window installation, cheap sash windows, sash window repair, sash window replacement, sash window removal, sash and case window installation, Victorian sash windows Hale, sash window restrictors in Hale, sash window installations, flush sash windows, mock sash windows Hale, the replacement of sash cords, the installing of sash windows Hale, Edwardian sash windows, sash windows, and more. If there happen to be some other Hale sash window requirements that you need but don't see here, you should list them on the QUOTE FORM provided. These are just a handful of the tasks that are handled by people specialising in sash windows. Hale providers will be happy to tell you about their entire range of window installation services.

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With most home improvements or garden makeovers in Hale, quite a bit of waste will be generated, and therefore you will have to make provision for this in the planning stage. Your particular sash window replacement or installation might create very little waste, and there again it could result in a lot. When you get your quotes you will need to ask if the removal of waste has been included, otherwise you will have to arrange this yourself.

Hiring a skip is the simplest way to dispose of this waste. Skips are available in all shapes and sizes, so there is definitely one out there to match your exact needs. Generally mini-skips accommodate 2 yds of rubbish, midi-skips accommodate 4 yds of rubbish, builders skips accommodate 6 yds of rubbish and roll-on-roll-off skips accommodate 20 yds of rubbish. Skip bags generally accommodate 1-1.5 yds of rubbish.

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Also find: Broadheath sash windows, Ashley sash windows, Altrincham sash windows, Thorns Green sash windows, Davenport Green sash windows, Bowdon sash windows, Dunham Massey sash windows, Little Bollington sash windows, Hale Barns sash windows, Timperley sash windows, Bowgreen sash windows, Styal sash windows, Warburton Green sash windows and more. All of these villages and towns are covered by companies who fit sash windows. Hale home and business owners can get price quotes by clicking here.

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Sash window installations were recently necessary for folks living in Hazelwood Road, Hawthorn Road, Hill Top, Whalley Road, Highfield Road, Buckfast Close, Cecil Road, Ash Lane, Blenheim Close, Alan Drive, Cedar Road, Meadow Close, Millfield Court, Willow Tree Road, Queens Road, Murieston Road, Seddon Road, Delahays Drive, Golf Road, Old Meadow Lane, Lichfield Avenue, Wyngate Road, Barrow Lane, Bower Road, White House Drive, Utley Field View, Church Coppice, Parkhill Road and these Hale postcodes: WA15 0LW, WA14 5UN, WA15 0NY, WA14 5PU, WA15 0LJ, WA15 0PD, WA14 3UY, WA14 2YG, WA15 5SB, WA14 3HS. Work was executed in these places by specialists in sash windows. Hale property owners were given dependable and top quality window installation services on every occasion.

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