You may think that the road to traditional feature pieces such as windows are off limits to you if you’ve got a newer home, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. If you’ve just moved into a new home or you’re looking to give your existing property a makeover, there are a broad spectrum of options that can help transform your home, and wood sash windows aren’t growing in popularity for no reason – they’re versatile, aesthetically pleasing, secure and can work in almost any property.
Whether you’re looking to repair, maintain or install wood sash windows, there are a wide variety of options available. Changing out the windows in a period home can have a drastic affect on the general look and feel, and making the wrong choice can even devalue your home or just make it look ‘wrong’, undoing the history and heritage that has seeped in over the years. In older buildings, windows are often noted as the central feature. Bay windows, timber casement windows, wood sash windows draw attention from passers by and visitors without even having to try. When you have a traditional window in your home you might take it for granted, perhaps not even noticing it, but if you remove it it’ll change your home forever.
Wood sash windows are becoming more and more popular these days. Not just for their characterful appearance and charming looks, but for the way they function. Craftsmanship has always been at the very heart of traditional windows, and that craftsmanship has come on leaps and bounds over the years. A good joiner will be able to craft and install a wood sash window that doesn’t detract from your property, instead enhancing its character, and you won’t have to compromise on things like draught exclusion, noise insulation or energy efficiency. Wood sash windows can be just as energy efficient as their modern uPVC counterparts, something which a lot of people simply aren’t aware of.
So if you’re considering upgrading your current wood sash windows or perhaps tearing them out in favour of something completely new, take a few moments to learn and weigh up your options to make sure you’re not missing out on getting the best of both worlds. With wood sash windows you can have your cake and eat it too when it comes to energy efficiency, security and making you’re home look great.