Keep Out the Draughts with Timber Sash Windows in Sevenoaks

If your windows are letting in the cold during winter, then it is time for an upgrade. The Window Sanctuary is the premier manufacturer of the highest quality timber sash windows, designed to reduce your heating costs while adding a touch of charm to the look of your house. Operating across Sevenoaks and the surrounding areas in Kent, it has never been easier to experience the highest level of workmanship when it comes to classic windows.

Energy Efficient Timber Windows that Offer Exceptional Insulation

Sash windows come in several varieties, opening either vertically or in the classic Yorkshire Light horizontal style. This Victorian era window style is steeped in tradition and history, but with our modern technologies, provides superior protection and warmth to your home, even in the coldest months. The Window Sanctuary create your sash windows using treatments that reduce moisture absorption and protect against mould and insects, making them the smart choice for every homeowner.

Stunning Sliding Patio Doors for Added Enjoyment of your Entertainment Areas

Whether you want to open up your kitchen to your patio area, or are looking to construct an airy conservatory to enjoy, then the Window Sanctuary offer stunning sliding doors that are perfect for your way of living. We use smart aluminium that features a slimmer frame in the casement style, ideal for creating a heritage look while allowing for the enjoyment of your home in a modern way.

Schedule a Free Consultation for Timber Sash Windows or Slimline Aluminium Doors in Sevenoaks Today! 

Give your Sevenoaks home a makeover with stunning sash windows or slimline aluminium sliding patio doors and experience the warmth and comfort they provide. Visit us at our showroom in Brasted, or call us for your FREE consultation on 01959 565343.

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