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Sash Windows Leyton

Sash windows are a traditional style of glazing unit seen in many Leyton properties. Traditionally manufactured from wood, uPVC replacement sash windows have become popular due to the increased lifespan, design and colours available. When compared to the cost of replacing wooden sash windows. uPVC wins hands down. There is no need to compromise on the aesthetic of your property as all traditional styles and shapes are available in uPVC with easy maintenance operation.

Each sash tilts inwards for ease of cleaning. Requiring only a wipe with a damp cloth, the frames and glass can be cleaned from inside the property, which is particularly convenient for windows that are installed on upper floors. All our windows come with traditional features such as sash horns, handles and catches. For more information on our uPVC double glazed windows, doors and conservatories, please see our double glazing page.

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Sash Windows in Leyton,
East London & Surrounding Counties

At Walthamstow Window Company Ltd, we supply and install Sash Windows throughout East London and the surrounding counties. We currently have an offer on any side sliding sash windows for £599 + VAT, including installation. Sash Windows are typical of historical and modern properties across Britain, with timber options becoming popular way back in the start of the Victorian era. They offer excellent security, ventilation and are easy to maintain.

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Sash Windows

If you have or are building a period style property, careful material choices must be made. In most cases, sash or casement windows made with a timber frame offer the most authentic appearance. Although some uPVC designs try to replicate the look of timber, few are convincing. To achieve an attractive and elegant finish, timber window frames are a must.

Choose your colour

Choose from a wide range of foil colours, guaranteed not to fade or flake. Choose different colours for inside and outside for a truly unique look.

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Modern Sash Windows for Contemporary Homes

Astragal Bars

Externally mounted Astragal bars achieve the traditional style with modern materials.

Georgian Bars

Georgian bars mounted within the glazing cavity offer traditional style with easy cleaning.

Sash Window Locks

Internal sash window locks are available in a range of colours to suit your style.

Run Through Sash Horns

Our integrated sash horns are not an afterthought that have been stuck on, they are molded for authenticity.

Modern features with traditional style

  1. Made of durable, easy to maintain uPVC
  2. Run through sash horn for enhanced traditional aesthetics
  3. A-rated for energy efficiency as standard
  4. Heritage aesthetics, but modern high performance
  5. Shootbolts and hinge protectors applied on all frames
  6. Bottom gasket minimises draughts

Facts about Leyton

History

Leyton is in the Lower Lea Valley, the river forming its western boundary.

The area rises from low-lying marshland along the river Lea to over 90 feet at Whipps Cross on the southern edge of Epping Forest. Leyton is partially bisected by the A12 (M11 link road, built in the 1990s), with most of the district lying on the north-west side of this busy traffic artery through east London.

Paleolithic implements and fossil bones show that early man hunted in Leyton. A Roman cemetery and the foundations of a Roman villa have been found here. From Anglo-Saxon times, Leyton has been part of the County of Essex. The name means “settlement (tun) on the River Lea” and was also known until 1921 as “Low Leyton”.[2] In the Domesday Book, the name is rendered as Leintun. at which time the population was 43.

General Info

Leyton (/ˈleɪtən/) is a town in east London, England, located in the historic county of Essex. It is 6.2 miles (10 km) north-east of Charing Cross.

It borders Leyton to the north, Leytonstone to the east, and Stratford to the south, with Clapton and Homerton, across the River Lea, to the west. The area includes New Spitalfields Market, Leyton Orient Football Club, as well as part of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The town consists largely of terraced houses built between 1870 and 1910, interspersed with some modern housing estates.

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