Bespoke Sash Windows from Wooden Luxury
Over time a buildings windows can start to fade or rot, leaving a home looking tired and worn. Give your property a new lease of life with quality wooden sash windows from Wooden Luxury.
We use hardwood, softwood, or oak to create the windows that are a perfect fit for the look and style of your home. Our dedicated team have years of experience in the industry and can recommend styles and woods based on your requirements.
Our master craftsmen create and install all of our windows which can be designed to fit every shape and size of opening. We promise that all work will comply with building regulations and complement the current look of your property, adding both value and beauty. Our team are passionate about what we do and take great pride in all of their work.
With 13 years’ experience creating windows that stand the test of time, we are confident that we can deliver.
Architect designed sash windows
Our architect designed sash windows are available in different styles to complement modern properties, or add individually to a period home.
The sash windows feature clean, understated lines, finished with sleek glazing bars and crisp modern or traditional hand forged ironmongery.
An etched glass effect may be chosen to provide privacy in areas such as bathrooms and toilets, including the option to have double glazed stained glass.
Wooden Luxury sash windows faithfully replicate timeless designs down to the finest details and includes the slimmest traditional sash available in the UK, as well as more specialised solutions for listed buildings and conservation areas.
Wooden windows grace some of the most beautiful homes in the country – and replacing these originals, when the time comes, is a Wooden Luxury speciality.
Buy with Confidence with our 6 year Guarantee
We’re that confident in our luxury bespoke products that we offer a 6 year guarantee as standard. This includes the sealed double glazed units, paint work, finishes craftsmanship and ironmongery. Our 6-year guarantee break down cover is as follows:
We provide a 6-year manufacturer guarantee on all our products.* The Manufacturer guarantee includes the joints of the joinery, major timber bows and twists in the product. Clear and obvious signs of neglect and/or damage is not covered. To ensure the product stands the test of time, it is recommended that the painting and oil finishes are regularly treated and well maintained.
Your Ironmongery guarentee covers all hardware such as all latches, catches, bolts, locks and ESPAG’s. This also includes ironmongery finishings such as handles, fasteners, stays, pulls, knobs & letterboxes.
Our double glazing guarantee is there incase any of your double-glazed units blow or condensate (this is where the glass steams up within the cavity of the sealed unit) within 4 years of purchasing the product. In thisninstance we will then change them free of charge.
A timber product is likely to move ‘most’ within the first few months of fitting as it adjusts to its new climate. We offer a ‘fit like new’ guarantee for 1 year after the product is fitted as we want you to have peace of mind that any snags that may occur will be taken care off.
Frequently Asked Questions
Oak Sash Windows are sometimes called “Hung Sash” windows or sometimes “Sash and Case Windows”. However, all of these names essentially mean the same thing, which is a window with sliding panels or sashes that hold a pane of glass – this can be one sash or more than one.
In typical examples, each window frame contains two sashes or sliding panels which both slide vertically. This allows you to have an opening at the top or the bottom of the window, or both if desired.
One of the main benefits of this is it can create a very efficient ventilation system inside your property – as air warms up it rises because it expands and becomes less dense, this allows it to escape from the top opening. Once the air cools down again it begins to shrink and become less dense which allows it to fall so cooler air can be pulled in through the bottom opening of the window. This in turn creates a convection current which can help keep your home cooler in the warmer months.