Box Sash Windows
Box sash windows has been around since the 17th century and are typically found in Georgian and Victorian houses and are made from one or more movable wooden sashes (panels) which hold glass. Sash windows work by using a system of cords and weights. Panes of glass in the sash windows can be separated by narrow wooden bars, or left as a single pane. They add a great deal of character to a property.
If you need to replace your current wooden sash windows but are concerned about getting the look just right, then worry no more! We manufacture high quality, traditional timber sash windows that will retain the character of your home whilst offering greater energy efficiency and better home security.
All of our new wooden box sash windows are manufactured at our workshop in London N1 5SF by our team. White Cat Joinery has supplied many London homes and businesses with new and replacement high performance wooden sash windows by combining traditional styles with modern designs and technology that can match period styles.
Using only the finest of materials we ensure we meet our customers’ requirements whilst keeping our prices competitive. Replacing older style box sash windows will keep your home warmer and improve energy efficiency.
And if you live in a conservation area, our team of experts will be able to offer you advice on how to get the best “like for like” windows available. If this sounds expensive then you will be pleasantly surprised by our prices.