If you're having your home redecorated, you may be thinking about changing your window coverings, so we've put together a guide to help you decide which type is best for you.
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Are tell-tale streaks the bane of your life when you try to get your windows sparkling clean and so transparent you might accidentally walk into then?
Good windows can lift a property's appearance dramatically, while bad or neglected ones definitely hinder a sale. Windows are expensive to replace, viewers know that and homes with terrible windows stay on the market longer. No problem is insurmountable, and we've come up with a bit of window advice for buyers and purchasers who have window problems.
The oldest surviving examples of sliding sash windows were installed in England in the 1670s. Since, then they have only grown in popularity. Often found in Georgian and Victorian buildings, they have remained one of the most popular window style choices over the last 300 years.
Acoustic glass is the latest in noise reduction technology for box sash windows that brings some quiet back in to a home invaded by the sound of traffic, aircraft, trains or other nuisances.
Vertical slider windows are a great replacement for the more traditional box sash windows but they also have a whole host of benefits that make them a great choice for new builds as well as more period properties.