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Sash windows replacement and repair specialists, based in North London, covering Muswell Hill, Highgate and neighbouring areas.

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Sash Windows Replacement

& Repair in North London

Our company originates from passion for windows, traditional sashes in particular, and as most of the team here at PM Windows are residents of North London, we have been involved in many window repair and replacement projects around the Muswell Hill and Highgate areas, where period timber sashes can be seen in majority of residential properties.

The windows and glazing market is very competitive these days and customers can choose from various types of frames, glass, finishes and accessories, exactly suited to match their requirements and budget.
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Pros and Cons of fitting Wooden and UPVC Sash Windows photo

Pros and Cons of fitting

Wooden and UPVC Sash Windows

One would have thought that with today’s technology single glazed units are becoming less popular in contrary to their double-glazed successors. In reality, we can notice that this is not exactly a true statement as many properties in the UK still use single glazing, which is thought to be a more traditional choice for period properties.

Although single glazing preserves all aesthetic features of traditional sash unit, it can be quite bothersome in terms of its functionality and performance.
Choosing proper glazing for your new Windows photo

Choosing proper glazing

for your new Windows

If you are looking to replace or restore your windows, there are number of factors to be taken into account and one of them is choosing proper glass units for your new windows. It’s always good to ask a professional to be able to determine what glazing is the most appropriate for the specific type of windows at your property.

With current UK building regulations we are obliged to adhere to, it’s good to get familiar with a term called ‘U-value’, and the scale that measures thermal performance of windows, called Window Energy Rating (WER).