Why the depth of the sash window frame is so important

February 1st, 2018|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Listed buildings, Sash windows|

  Many standard design sash windows have thick frames, often up to 174mm thick. This is far thicker than the sash window frame would have been when it was originally made, [...]

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Sash window hardware: choosing ironmongery for your sash windows

December 20th, 2017|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Listed buildings, Sash windows, Timber windows|

Classic sash window hardware hasn’t changed much throughout the various eras, whether that’s on Edwardian, Victorian or Georgian sash windows. But there are still a few things to consider when choosing [...]

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Glazing options for period windows and doors

November 30th, 2017|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Double glazing, Listed buildings, Sash windows, Timber doors, Timber windows|

At Timbawood we pride ourselves in offering our clients a vast range of options for glazing period windows and doors, whether that is within our timber box sash windows, casement windows, [...]

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Period Front Doors: Panels & Mouldings

November 3rd, 2017|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Front doors, Listed buildings, News, Timber doors|

Period front doors throughout the ages, from Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian through to more modern styles, are notable for their elegant panel and moulding designs which give a door depth, shape [...]

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Woking: Edwardian casement windows with exact-match mouldings

October 6th, 2017|Case Studies, Casement windows, French doors|

  Mouldings on timber windows have changed throughout the ages, but they are always a key feature on period windows to give depth and shape, and are an [...]

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Choosing colours for Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian front doors

September 5th, 2017|Advice and expertise, Conservation areas, Front doors, Listed buildings, Timber doors|

Choosing a distinctive colour for your period front door is a great way to personalise your home without needing to alter the façade of your property. It can make an inviting [...]

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