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Testimonial for Window Republic Service quality

gparchitecture GRAHAM PICKING Dip Arch RIBA   t: 020 7228 5052  e: studio@gparchitecture.co.uk     TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN – WINDOW REPUBLIC     30 June 2014    I was asked by a local Housing Co-Operative to help organise the replacement of windows  and external doors in seven occupied terraced Victorian properties in Battersea and Balham  in South London.    The Co-Op wanted the replacements to be in timber and to match as closely as possible the  original, but of course to higher thermal performance specification, ie double/triple glazed  and draught stripped.    I emailed a pre-qualification question...

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Window Republic joins North London Business group

http://www.archwaylondon.com/businesses/window-republic Pictured is the new edition of the popular Archway Business Directory, published for the third time, written, designed and printed in Archway. Packed full of all the best bits of archwaylondon.com, including alphabetical up to date business and service listings, travel and neighbourhood info, and useful phone numbers. The Directory has been distributed to 4,500 local residents and is also available in local shops and Archway Library. The Directory has been produced by the Archway Town Centre Group with funding from Islington Council. The ATCG is an independent, not for profit, constituted, accountable body for the business community in ...

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Final Sash Window installation of prestigious social housing project is completed by Window Republic

  Final Sash Window installation of prestigious social housing project is completed by Window Republic The last apartment in this tranche of work is completed ahead of schedule, and incorporates bay windows, with Sash windows, where the top Sash has curved section included. These sash windows incorporates white edgetech spacer for a superior finish   Kitchen Sash Window Bedroom sash window Hallway Sash Window Bay window lounge sash window     ...

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Timber Sash Windows, and Doors Contract In Clapham, Battersea, and Balham, London, Nears completion

With closure of the first tanche of Sash Window and patio door installation and for the Battersea Housing Co-operative in Clapham, Balham and other areas of South London nearing completion we can reflect on how we worked and the significant achievements of the project. Each individual project started on the exact day planned and each project completed ahead of schedule. This was significant achievement given the complexity of the some of the fitting and openings allowed. Care with taken to ensure all tenants personal possessions where protected and all surfaces were covered during the window replacement programme. Significant care had to be taken as one of tenants only recently gave birth to...

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How to choose a quality London Sash Window Company for your Home?

Letting somebody work in your home is first and foremost a question of trust. You are looking for a reliable London sash window company - how can you be certain the window company you employ is skilled, experienced and honest? Window companies in general do not enjoy the best of reputations; there have been too many scandals about poor practices and little skill. There are, of course, any number of London sash window companies dealing with replacement sash windows, wooden double glazed windows or wooden casement windows. But simply supplying them isn’t enough – fitting new windows correctly and in accordance with industry standards, not to mention building regulations, is another...

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RESEARCH INTO THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF TRADITIONAL WINDOWS: TIMBER SASH WINDOWS

RESEARCH INTO THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF TRADITIONAL WINDOWS: TIMBER SASH WINDOWS   RESEARCH REPORT     EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Chris Wood, Bill Bordass, and Paul Baker October 2009     EXECUTIVE SUMMARY   This Executive Summary should be read in conjunction with the research report prepared for English Heritage by Dr Paul Baker, at Glasgow Caledonian University. It summarises the report’s conclusions, and sets the timber sash window research into a broader context.   1. BACKGROUND English Heritage supports national and global efforts to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, in which existing buildings are being asked to play an ever-incre...

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Sash Window Wikopedia Entry

Sash window From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Georgian house in England with sash windows A sash window or hung sash window is made of one or more movable panels or "sashes" that form a frame to hold panes of glass, which are often separated from other panes (or "lights") by narrow muntins.[1] Although any window with this style of glazing is technically "a sash", the term is used almost exclusively to refer to windows where the glazed panels are opened by sliding vertically, or horizontally in a style known as a "Yorkshire light", sliding sash, or sash and case (so called because the weights are concealed in a box case). The oldest survivi...

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The History of the Sash Window

Introduction The Sash Windows, with their subtle proportions and elegance, were one of the most important visual elements in buildings of the 18th and 19th Centuries. By Victorian times, they were the most popular form of window. In the past fifty or so years, however, their popularity declined. But with the growth of a more enlightened attitude towards conservation and growing appreciation of the craftsmanship and design that went into everyday buildings of the 18th and 19th Centuries, sash windows once more enjoy a revival. People appreciate their aesthetic and functional contribution to the house, and they are now restoring and reinstating sash windows that were removed in less enlight...

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Sash Window

Sash window From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search A Georgian house in England with sash windows A sash window or hung sash window is made of one or more movable panels or "sashes" that form a frame to hold panes of glass, which are often separated from other panes (or "lights") by narrow muntins.[1] Although any window with this style of glazing is technically "a sash", the term is used almost exclusively to refer to windows where the glazed panels are opened by sliding vertically, or horizontally in a style known as a "Yorkshire light", sliding sash, or sash and case (so called because the weights are concealed in a b...

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South London newest installation Of Window Republic

South London newest installation Of Window Republic double gazed  timber sash windows and patio doors is half way through The installation is running to a very tight timetable and controlled but our own installation manager, the tenants are abl e to control which windows and doors are installed and in what order. Each job has proved to be as individual as the next with there own challenges, but the result in Siberian Larch will keep these homes warm and secure for many years to come. There will be 18 properties in total in this piece of work over 200 individual windows and doors in this project. This project is different from a lot of our sash window installations in London as it’...

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