Five Stunning Georgian Sash windows

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Five Stunning Georgian Sash windows

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Are Georgian sash windows the perfect windows? The ultimate in symmetry and design? Period homes are a finite resource and are in constant demand. That is despite the draughts and obligatory extra layers of clothing that we need to enjoy the high ceilings and views through the single glazed panes.

Fortunately for us, there have been huge advancements in glazing and timber joinery. As such, we can continue to remark on the ceiling roses and dado rails as well as keeping our heating bills down. You too can live in modern luxury with the most ultimately beautiful windows and not worry that you are single-handedly destroying the planet with your oil fired central heating turned on ad infinitum.

Here we focus on recent restorations that Timeless Sash Windows undertook in Ireland. Some have retained their single glazing for conservation reasons but we have restored and draught proofed the timber frames and sashes. In other windows we have fitted slimline double glazing to keep the narrow profiles of the glazing bars.

If you have any questions, our surveyors are experts in period window restoration and can give you the best advice. We also work closely with architects and builders to keep plans running on time and to budget. Our office in Trim is open Monday – Friday from 9am -5pm on 046-9023323.

Georgian windows #1

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8 over 8 pane sash windows. These are more than 2m tall and almost 1.5m wide. They are painted RAL 9016 white and fitted with antique brass hardware.

Georgian windows #2

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6 over 6 pane sash windows. These are painted RAL 9010 white and fitted with polished brass ironmongery. Note the radiator under the window, giving ample wall space in the room for furniture. The shutters are in full working order and forgo the need for curtains.

Georgian windows #3

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6 over 6 slimline double glazed panes with shutter boxes and surrounds. These sash windows are painted RAL 9001 white with brass ironmongery to finish.

Georgian windows #4

These are smaller upstairs traditional Georgian sash windows. They are painted Little Greene – Dark lead colour 118 in contrast to the shutters boxes and the ironmongery is aged brass.

Georgian windows #5

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Neo-Georgian sash windows. These are new windows in a recently built house, giving a period feel in a modern country home. They are painted RAL 9010 white with chrome hardware for a more modern feel. The panes are double glazed in a 4/6/4 makeup.

Published 11th February 2020.

Jennie Ritchie, Timeless Sash Windows

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