FOUR OF THE BEST SASH WIN­DOW COM­PA­NIES

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Best for be­spoke The Sash Win­dow Work­shop

Es­tab­lished in 1994, the firm man­u­fac­tures its win­dows in­di­vid­u­ally in its Brack­nell work­shop. The team can repli­cate any de­sign or pat­tern and make tra­di­tional win­dows that ad­here to listed build­ing and con­ser­va­tion area re­quire­ments (sash­win­dow.com).

Best for re­fur­bish­ment Ven­trolla

The com­pany’s founder Robert Tun­ni­cliffe has de­vel­oped the first sash win­dow seal­ing sys­tem to elim­i­nate draughts and rat­tles. He also patented a sash re­moval sys­tem to ease fu­ture paint­ing, clean­ing and main­te­nance (ven­trolla.co.uk).

Best for colour Quick­slide

Ex­pect to find tim­ber sash win­dows in a large se­lec­tion of coloured fin­ishes, plus a colour-match­ing ser­vice for RAL and Far­row & Ball shades. Per­fect for a twist on the clas­sic look (quick­slide.co.uk).

Best for UPVC Anglian

These Uk-man­u­fac­tured UPVC sash win­dows can be used in con­ser­va­tion ar­eas, pro­tected sites and build­ings that have ex­tra plan­ning controls. They are dou­ble glazed to re­duce noise and draughts, and in­clude au­then­tic pe­riod de­tails (an­glian­home.co.uk).

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