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Keeping up appearances with authentic sash windows

PUBLISHED: 09:34 01 September 2017 | UPDATED: 09:34 01 September 2017

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Sash windows are an integral feature of British architectural history, first making an appearance in the late 17th century and continuing to be popular ever since. Whether your property is traditional, modern or rustic, Jack Brunsdon & Son’s sash windows are a versatile and timeless option.

Today’s sash windows are both beautiful and eminently functional, combining the very best of traditional style with contemporary practicality. Modern glazing technology provides the highest levels of insulation, eliminating any of the draughts and rattles previously associated with this window style.

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Much consideration has also been given to the historical authenticity and proportions of Jack Brunsdon & Son’s sash windows, with their slim meeting rails and slender glazing bars. The sensitive design brings modern performance while retaining the charm of the originals. The weighted box sash windows are hung on sash cords or smooth-running chains, retained by the long-proven reliability of counter-balance weights.

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Engineered in Redwood, traditional oak, and hardwood, they offer unrivalled aesthetic appeal, supplied in a wide variety of colours to suit any home style, including close colour matching to the Farrow & Ball paint range. Attention to detail is second to none, windows come complete with a range of attractive ironmongery options including Samuel Heath’s window furniture, made from the finest materials and hand finished in a selection of finishes.

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Traditional, weighted box sash windows come with all the reassurance of heritage, craftsmanship and service associated with Jack Brunsdon & Son windows and doors. Genuine timber sash windows are sure to be the go-to style of choice for homeowners of period properties and this window design, made to your specification can work equally well in any style of property, including modern homes where our balanced springs option provides a sleek alternative.

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Jack Brunsdon & Son’s, 104a London Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL1 1NX; 01727 519208

Regular opening times: Tuesday to Saturday 9am - 5pm. By appointment outside these hours

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