Sash Windows Replacement Hove

Looking for replacement sash windows in Hove? We can help! We've been supplying and fitting top-quality timber sash windows for over a decade, and our work has graced some of the finest period properties in the South East.

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Benefits of Replacing Your Oldest Sash Windows


Improved insulation

older windows can be draughty and let in a lot of cold air, so replacing them with modern, energy-efficient windows will help to keep your home warmer.

Reduced noise pollution

if your old windows are single-glazed, they will do very little to keep out external noise. Upgrading to double- or triple-glazed windows will make a big difference to the amount of noise you hear from outside.

Increased security

older windows may not have adequate locks, making them easy targets for burglars. Replacing them with modern sash windows fitted with strong locks will help to deter would-be intruders.

Enhanced curb appeal

if your home’s exterior is looking tired and dated, new sash windows can give it an instant facelift. This could add value to your property if you ever decide to sell up.

Greater peace of mind

knowing that your windows are in good condition and won’t need replacing anytime soon can give you peace of mind and help you enjoy your home even more.

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Quality Replacement Windows From Sash Windows Hove


Sash Windows Hove can use the sashes currently in your Hove home as models in making the new windows to assure a perfect fit and finish. By combining modern technology and double glazing with traditional methods and styles, Sash Windows Hove replacement windows can improve your curb appeal, make your home a better living environment, and help you fall in love with your property again.

Replacement Windows In Hove

Sash Windows Hove’s highly skilled advisors will be able to discuss the choices available to you when in an initial consultation. By using and updating traditional methods of manufacturing, Sash Windows Hove replacement sashes possess the best of traditional and the best of modern combined; built by skilled craftsmen. Our sash window experts first look at the possibility of restoring and part replacing your original sash windows and whether that can get you a great outcome. If this is not possible then we’ll thoroughly plan and detail the replacement windows project so that you know the cost and timelines and get great quality windows at the completion of the project.

Increased Energy Efficiency

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Ways to Draught proof Your Sash Windows


We sometimes find that people have tried to draught proof their windows and that they are painted shut. There are a number of different ways to repair sash window repairs or to draught-proof your sash windows, including:

  1. Fitting weatherstripping around the edges of the sashes. This will create a seal that will stop cold air from coming in and warm air from escaping through gaps around the edges of the windows.
  2. Adding secondary glazing. This involves fitting an additional pane of glass over your existing window panes. Glazing can be fitted either internally or externally depending on your preference, and it will provide an extra layer of insulation for your home.
  3. Fitting low-emissivity (Low-E) glass into your window panes. Low-E glass has a special coating that reflects heat back into your home.

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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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Our Sash Window Draught Proofing Process


Initial Consultation

In a sash window draught proofing consultation, we will visit your property and perform a full survey of your existing windows. This includes taking measurements and documenting any problems you may have with your existing windows, as well as the condition of those windows (i.e. rotten woodwork, loose glass etc). Our surveys are completely free of charge, totally non-obligational and you can take as long as you like to make up your mind after we've left.


Draught Analysis

A detailed survey of your windows/doors will be undertaken, highlighting the specific problem areas. An in-depth analysis of the building and its surroundings helps us target all the main problem areas. We also take measurements to assess how much draught-proofing is required for each window or door and make a detailed report on our findings which we discuss with you in detail. All work carried out by our team is guaranteed for 5 years for new installations (2 years on existing doors, sash or casement)


Solutions Recommendation

Once we have finished our comprehensive analysis of your building, we will sit down with you and explain what exactly needs to be done in order to achieve the desired results. We also discuss the cost implications so that you can make a well-informed decision. You are under no obligation whatsoever to proceed at this stage. But if you do decide that we are the company for you, then we move on to the next step.



Once we have agreed on the final pricing, we book your installation date at a time convenient for you and our team of experts arrive on-site at that time ready to work! We install our draught-proofing system without disturbing your original design. The installation of our draught-proofing system does not require any changing or altering of your existing windows in any way. We'll do a fantastic job, being sympathetic through the repair or restoration work.

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Why Choose Sash Windows Hove?

If you are looking for an excellent service to replace or install new sash windows in Hove, then trust Sash Window Hove. With many years of experience working on East Sussex buildings, we have installed thousands of sashes for both commercial and residential properties across Brighton Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex. Our team of specialists will work closely with you from the initial survey and choosing frames, sills and sashes for your house until the project is completed to your requirements.

Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed

We make sure that you are completely satisfied with the installation job we do for you. Our windows come with a guarantee of 10 years and our service is backed by a full insurance cover. We work to minimise draughts, replace damaged or broken parts, and sure that we work in a tidy manner, with no paint spills on your sills, or any other form of mess in or around your house.

Outstanding Quality

Here at Sash Windows Hove, we understand that the primary reason why customers prefer to use our services is because of our outstanding quality. We have over 10 years of experience in the industry and are truly experts in crafting high-quality sash windows. With us, you can rest assured that you will only ever receive the best materials and craftsmanship possible. We also offer a guarantee on all of our work, so you can always be sure that your old windows are being taken care of.

ECO-Friendly Timber

Our sash windows are made of eco-friendly timber. We take pride in using sustainable wood that is sourced from FSC-certified suppliers, so you can be confident that your new windows will not damage the environment.

The Brighton Sash Window Experts

We are Brighton sash windows experts and we can help you with your windows in Hove. We have a wide range of sash windows in our range.

Sash Windows Draught Proofing


Sash windows are a popular window style for many UK homes, especially those that were built during the Victorian and Georgian eras. The traditional sash window consists of two or more movable panels, called ‘sashes’, which slide up and down within the frame of the window. These sashes can be opened to allow fresh air into the home, or closed to keep out the cold. However, one of the main drawbacks of original sash windows is that they can be draughty. This is because there are often gaps around the edges of the sashes where cold air can enter, and warm air can escape. To draught proof your sash windows is a great way to improve their energy efficiency and reduce your heating bills.

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Call Us Today For Your Sash Windows Replacement


To find out more about our services, get free quotations, or arrange an appointment, call this number  01273 257590 for a free survey. Our Service Area: Brighton & Hove, Southwick, Worthing, Burgess Hill, Patcham, Peacehaven, Rottingdean and also we cover, Shoreham By Sea.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a sash window?
A sash window is a window that has one or more movable panels, called "sashes," that open and close to allow ventilation. Sash windows are typically found in older homes.
Why would I need to replace my sash windows?
There are several reasons why you might need sash window repair or to replace your sash windows. If your windows are drafty, leaking, or otherwise not performing well, replacement may be necessary. Additionally, if your home is being renovated or restored, you may want to replace the sash windows to match the new style of the home.
How much does it cost to replace sash windows?
The cost of replacing sash windows will vary depending on the size and number of windows being replaced, as well as the materials used. Generally speaking, however, expect to spend several thousand dollars on sash window replacement.
How long does it take to replace sash windows?
Again, this will vary depending on the scope of the project. Replacing one or two small windows will obviously take less time than replacing multiple large ones. In general, though, expect the project to take several days from start to finish.
Do I need to hire a professional to replace my sash windows?
While you could technically replace your own sash windows, it is generally advisable to hire a professional contractor for the job. This ensures that the job is done properly and that your warranty remains valid.
Do I need planning permission for sash window restorations?
If your property is a listed building or is located in a conservation area, it is highly likely that you will need planning permission before you can restore or make any significant alterations or repairs. It's always best to check with your local planning authority rather than make an assumption.
What types of materials are available for sash window replacement?
There are a variety of different materials that can be used for sash window replacement, including wood, vinyl, aluminium, and composite. Each material has its own set of benefits and drawbacks, so it's important to weigh your options carefully before making a decision. Ultimately, the best material for your needs will depend on factors such as budget, climate, and desired aesthetics.
Do I need to do anything to prepare for my new sash windows?
Yes, there are a few things you should do before having new sash windows installed: Remove any curtains or blinds from the window area so they don’t get damaged during installation. Move any furniture away from the window area so installers can easily access the window opening. Cover flooring near the window with drop cloths or plastic sheeting to protect it from dirt and debris during installation.
Do I need to replace all of my sash windows at once?
You do not necessarily need to replace all of your sash windows at once. However, if you are planning on selling your home in the near future, potential buyers may be put off by mismatched windows. Additionally, if only some of your windows are in need of replacement, it is best to replace them all so that they match in terms of style and appearance.
Is there anything I need to do after my sash windows are installed?
Once your new Windows are installed, it's important to caulk around all edges and seams both inside and out in order properly seal them against weather damage. You should also add some weight (about 1/2 pound per square foot) to the bottom rails of each window by either nailing small lead weights into place or filling them with sand before painting or staining them to finish off their look. Additionally, it's always a good idea to have professionals annually inspect and service your home's windows to help ensure they remain in good condition for many years to come.

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