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London sash windows – arched externally, square internally

It might be that your original timber sash windows are arched on the outside and square on the inside.  This particular style of window is very common in the London area and although not mentioned in the history books, is believed to be more Victorian than Georgian. Masterframe, manufacturers of the Bygone Collection have named this window the London Sash and Frame.

Over the years, as innovators they’ve  adapted their original concept, using their skills and knowledge to improve this style of window whilst still  property owners all the traditional features

Matching the originals, with a like for like aesthetic, including this unique sash and frame design, slim meeting rail, and wood foil finish also make the windows suitable for use in conservation areas, like with this example click here to watch.

Apart from the low maintenance aspect and the money saved over time, your added financial advantage is that because the London Sash and Frame fits the shape of the original architecture and incorporates all the original traditional features, the value of the property will be maintained.

Carol Slade, Managing Director for Masterframe Windows says “Manufacturing the London Sash and Frame is like making a wood product that is bespoke and handcrafted.  Fabricators that work on this design are specifically chosen for their attention to detail and there are currently no other PVC-U sash window manufacturers that can offer this unique style of window.

Equally, our Bygone sash windows are installed by professionals who are chosen for their attention to detail and expertise in installing our windows.  This installation done by the Barnet Window Company, a top Bygone Approved Installer is testament to their skills.”

You can read more about the Barnet Window Company or download the Bygone Collection brochure for more inspiration and view all your options.

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