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Why Choose Accoya?

On our previous post about timber, we talked in great detail about why you should specify timber for your windows…

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Do Wooden Sash Windows Add Value?

With the unpleasant chill of Winter behind us, it’s getting to that time of the year when many homeowners begin…

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Do Original Features Increase A Homes Value?

If you’ve spent any time at all looking at the Yorkshire housing market, you’ll have spotted that those buildings which…

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4 Reasons to Consider Timber Sash Windows

Spring is finally with us, and with that upturn in the weather, we start to think about making some changes….

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Maintaining your Wood Sash Window

There’s a very good reason wood sash windows haven’t gone out of fashion for over 300 years; their design is…

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Now is the Perfect Time to Improve your Home

After a long fallow period for the housing market, prices have risen sharply, and for many that means that the…

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Are Sash Windows Compatible with an Energy Efficient Home?

We love older properties for a reason: they offer a level of craftsmanship and quality that just isn’t found in…

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Picking the Right Sash Windows for Victorian-Style Homes

The UK has never really gotten over its love affair with Victorian architecture. Many of the buildings constructed during that…

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Why Go Bespoke for Your Wood Sash Windows?

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Timber box sash windows are timeless and stylish. The have been a prominent feature of our architectural history for approximately…

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Why Choose Wood for your Sash Windows?

For a long time, wood was out of fashion within the construction industry. Through the 70s and onwards, new polymer…

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Wood sash windows: What the Edwardians got right

Usually, wood sash windows would only be associated with Georgian architecture, which came about before the Edwardian era, but wood sash…

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Victorians and their love affair with wood sash windows

It’s easy to think of Victorian living as being a dark, shadowy affair; that’s how it’s often depicted on television….

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