New Sash Windows in Hove

If you're looking for new sash windows, timber sash windows or just general information on sash windows, then you've come to the right place.

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Sash Windows Hove Offer Great Quality New Sash Windows!


You can expect a high standard of quality from your new windows from Sash Windows Hove which meet stringent criteria on insulation, security, and quality of finish. Modern sash windows are far more adaptable than their traditional counterparts and there are a variety of options which Sash Windows Hove in Hove can discuss with you to guarantee you get the look you want.

We Install Original Sash Windows in Brighton And Hove


We install all types of new sash windows including timber sash windows, double glazed sash windows, original sash windows, wooden sash windows, and casement windows. We also offer sash window repairs, old sash window restoration, and draught proofing for traditional windows.

Timber sash window

We install high-quality timber sash window that is perfect for both period and modern properties. Our timber sash windows are available in a variety of designs, including traditional and contemporary styles.

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Double glazed sash windows

Our double-glazed sash windows are perfect for reducing noise and draughts in your home.

They are also extremely energy efficient, making them a great choice for both new build and older properties.

Casement windows

Casement windows are a popular choice for both new build and older properties. They offer a traditional look with modern features such as double glazing and draught-proofing.

Box frame windows

Box frame windows are the perfect choice for listed buildings and conservation areas. They offer a traditional look with the added benefit of being extremely energy efficient.

French doors

French doors are a popular choice for both new build and older properties. They offer a stylish way to access your garden or patio area and can be used in conjunction with other window styles to create a unique look for your home.

Secondary glazing

Secondary glazing is the process of adding a second window to your existing window in order to improve its thermal performance. It’s a popular way to improve the energy efficiency of older windows or to reduce noise pollution in areas where there’s a lot of traffic or other noise sources. We can carry out work on your old windows to double-glaze them or add single glazing.

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Our Guarantee

  • Unrivalled Expertise in Door & Window Glazing
  • Industry-approved Door & Window Glazing
  • High-quality Door & Window Glazing
  • Unbeatable Value for Money
  • 100% Safety and Satisfaction
  • Checkatrade Registered
  • Homepro Insured
  • CERTAS Guarantee

What Are The Benefits Of Soundproofing Your Sash Windows?

Sash windows are a popular choice for many homeowners due to their elegant design and ability to provide good ventilation. However, one of the downsides of sash windows is that they can be quite noisy. If you live in a busy area or have young children who need to sleep during the day, this can be a real problem. Soundproofing your sash windows is a great way to reduce noise levels and create a more peaceful environment in your home.

There are many other benefits to soundproofing your sash windows, including:

  1. Better sleep: If you have trouble sleeping due to noise from outside, soundproofing your windows will help you to get a better night's sleep.
  2. Good health: Noise pollution can harm your health, so reducing the noise levels in your home can lead to improved health and well-being.
  3. Increased energy efficiency: Soundproofed windows will help to keep heat in your home, as well as reduce external noise levels. This can lead to reduced energy bills and increased energy efficiency.
  4. Improved property value: Soundproofed windows can add value to your property and make it more attractive to potential buyers.
  5. Reduced condensation: By keeping the heat in your home, soundproofed windows can help to reduce condensation and dampness.
  6. Improved Privacy: Soundproofed windows will make it harder for people to hear what is going on inside your home, giving you more privacy.

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To find out more about our services, get free quotations, or arrange an appointment, call this number 01273 257 597.

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Why Choose Sash Windows Hove?

There are many reasons to choose Sash Windows Hove services for your home in Hove. These includes:

ECO-Friendly Timber

We use high-quality, eco-friendly timber in all of our windows. This means that they will last for many years, without harming the environment.

Outstanding Quality

Our outstanding quality is second to none. We only use the best materials and craftsmanship in our windows, so you can be sure that they will look great and last for a long time.

Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed

Our customer satisfaction is guaranteed. We pride ourselves on providing a first-class service to all of our clients, and we are always happy to answer any questions you may have. We can also work within your budget. We understand that everyone's financial situation is different, so we offer a range of pricing options to suit your needs.

The Brighton Sash Window Experts

We have a team of experts who are always on hand to help with any queries you may have. We are your one-stop solution to everything sash windows in East Sussex and West Sussex. We have a wealth of knowledge about sash windows and we are always happy to share it with you. We cover Shoreham, Burgess hill & Brighton etc. We are based in Hove but we also serve the surrounding area, so you can be sure that we will be able to meet your needs no matter where you live.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I need new sash windows?
If your current sash windows are drafty, difficult to open and close, or otherwise not functioning properly, then you likely need new ones. You should also consider new sash windows if you are planning a major renovation or addition to your home, as they can greatly improve its appearance and energy efficiency.
What are the benefits of new sash windows?
New sash windows can provide numerous benefits, including improved energy efficiency, increased security, ease of operation, and enhanced curb appeal. They can also help to reduce outside noise levels and make your home more comfortable overall.
What types of sash windows are available?
There are many different types of sash windows on the market today, including wood, vinyl, composite, and aluminium options. Each type has its own unique set of benefits and drawbacks, so it’s important to select the one that best suits your needs and budget.
How much do new sash windows cost?
The cost of new sash windows varies depending on the materials used, the size and number of window units needed labour costs and other factors. In general, Expect to pay several hundred pounds.
Do I need planning permission for sash window restorations?
The loss of traditional windows from our older buildings poses one of the major threats to our heritage. Traditional windows and their glazing make a hugely important contribution to the value and significance of historic areas. If you live in a conservation area or listed building, you will need to check before starting any work on your home. This is because the windows are part of the historic character of the building and any changes may require planning permission from the local authority.
What is a draught-proofing system?
This is a set of components that are used to prevent draughts from entering a building. The most common type of draught-proofing system is a set of doors and windows that are fitted with seals that prevent air from passing through.
Why would I want to install new sash windows?
There are several reasons why you might want to install new sash windows. For one, they can add a touch of elegance and charm to your home. Additionally, new sash windows can improve the energy efficiency of your home by preventing drafts and heat loss. Finally, they can also help to reduce noise pollution from outside.
How long do new sash windows last?
With proper care and maintenance, new sash windows can last for decades. The lifespan of your windows will depend on the quality of the materials used and how well they are cared for.
Can I install new sash windows myself?
Installing new sash windows is a relatively simple process that can be completed by most homeowners with basic DIY skills. However, we recommend hiring a professional if you are unsure about anything or do not have the necessary tools.
How do I know what size sash window I need?
The size of your window will be determined by the opening of your wall. You’ll need to measure the width and height of the opening, then subtract about 1/2 inch from each measurement for clearance purposes.
What kind of glass should I use in my new sash window?
There are a few different options when it comes to glass for your new window, including single-pane, double-pane, or triple-pane options. You’ll also need to decide whether you want a clear glass or tinted/low-e glass for added energy efficiency.
What kind of wood is best for my new sash window?
If you opt for a wood frame for your new window, there are several different types of wood to choose from including pine, fir, mahogany, and oak (among others). Each type of wood has its own benefits and drawbacks in terms of durability, cost, appearance, etc., so be sure to do your research before making a final decision.
Can I get my new sash window stained or painted?
Yes – both painting and staining are popular finishes for wooden frames. Just keep in mind that paint does tend to chip and fade over time, while stain can penetrate deep into the grain of the wood, providing better protection against moisture damage.
Are there any special care requirements for my new sash window?
In general, you’ll just need to clean your new window regularly with soap and water. If you have a wooden frame, you may also need to occasionally sand down rough spots and reapply paint or stain as needed.
Will my insurance company cover the damage caused by my sash window?
Most insurance companies will cover accidental damage caused by SASH WINDOWS, but they may not cover wear and tear that occurs over time. Be sure to check with your insurance provider before making any claims.
Can I get a tax credit for installing energy-efficient sash window?
Yes – you may be eligible for a tax credit if you install certain types of energy-efficient sash window in your home. Check with the IRS website for more information on tax credits for energy-efficient improvements.
Do I need planning permission before installing sash window?
Planning permission is not usually required if you’re merely replacing existing sash window with similar ones. However, if you make significant changes such as increasing the size of the openings or changing the material, then planning permission may be required.

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