QUALITY INSTALLATION OF TIMBER SASH WINDOWS IN OXTED
Sash windows are a style steeped in tradition. A central piece of Georgian- and Victorian-era architecture, this style of window is a beautiful way to add a touch of history to your home.
The Window Sanctuary specialise in designing and installing traditional timber windows in homes throughout Surrey in areas such as Oxted. Our windows create a charming façade with strength and durability all year round. We also offer smart aluminium for windows and doors, for added protection and comfort in your home.
TIMBER CASEMENT WINDOWS FOR STRENGTH, DURABILITY AND BEAUTY
At The Window Sanctuary, our timber windows are created through a rigorous process to ensure a long lasting, beautiful result. Two chemical dips are used to minimise and protect against moisture, mould, fungi, and insects. After primer and undercoat application, the timber windows are sprayed to your colour choice. The end result is a strong and durable set of casement windows that will last throughout the seasons, and provide a timeless look with modern energy efficiency benefits.
YOUR LOCAL SLIDING PATIO DOOR INSTALLERS IN OXTED
There is nothing better than enjoying your patio. Sliding doors offer you the ability to open with ease and convenience access to your garden and allowing fresh air into your home. The Window Sanctuary is a Smarts-approved manufacturer of slimline aluminium doors in Oxted Surrey, creating strong and secure protection for you and your loved ones. For that added level of protection, talk to us about our traditional and contemporary steel replacement doors.
TIMBER SASH WINDOWS AND SLIDING PATIO DOORS FOR ALL STYLES OF HOME
With the outstanding range of our sash windows and sliding doors for all year round why not get in touch with the The Window Sanctuary today. Offering unrivalled service to our customers in Oxted Surrey, create a traditional look with the benefits of modern workmanship. To find out more, get in touch on 01959 565343 or visit our showroom today!
A rigorous 5-stage process ensures that each of our products is protected and painted, can withstand the elements, and require minimum maintenance. Our method is:
- Stage 1 – A Chemical Dip to Minimise Moisture Absorption
- Stage 2 – A Chemical Dip to Protect Against Fungi, Insect Infestation, and Mould Growth
- Stage 3 – Application of Primer and Undercoats Using Micro-Porous Products
- Stage 4 – Spray Finish First Coat according to Your Colour Choice
- Stage 5 – Spray Finish Second Coat
Micro-porous paints allow all timber fibres to be penetrated and to build up protection from within, unlike cellulose paints which form a skin on the outer face and require time-consuming treatments on a regular basis. To keep new products in pristine condition, it is recommended that a quick wipe down and a further coat be applied after approximately 7 years.
Our timber windows achieve an impressive 1.5 w/m2k overall U value and, when glazed with energy-saving thermafloat warm-edge sealed units, can achieve 1.1 w/m2k. Seals are of Q-Lon to ensure maximum draught-free surrounds and the ultra-tight lockable furniture is PAS 24-compliant. A wide choice of quality fittings are available in a range of complementary finishes.
OXTED CONSERVATION AREAS
Our products will sympathetically replicate the original designs and can accommodate high-performance, slimline, sealed units to satisfy the requirements of your local Conservation Officer.
Really enjoyed dealing with the Window Sanctuary. The office team are very friendly and courteous and the installation team were good fun and very thorough. The finishing touches were beyond my expectations. We're delighted with our new windows and the enhanced view they provide.
March 9, 2022
Fantastic service and quality products I had my front door replaced by The Window Sanctuary and I am delighted with the results. The fitters were punctual and polite. The process was so quick & easy and any queries I had were dealt with very efficiently. I have no hesitation in recommending this company and will definitely use them again in the future.
January 8, 2020