Timber Sash Windows

Our beautiful timber sash windows play a pivotal role in enhancing the aesthetic of your living spaces. Whether you reside in a historical residence seeking restoration or a modern dwelling aspiring for a touch of timeless charm, The Belgravia Group provides a versatile range that caters to diverse architectural styles and preferences.

Timeless and Graceful: Hardwood Sash Windows

Incorporating hardwood sash windows from The Belgravia Group into your architectural project is a decision that transcends trends. It is an investment in enduring elegance, where the warmth of timber combines seamlessly with the reliability of modern performance standards. 

The timber sash windows supplied by The Belgravia Group are not mere structural components; they are expressions of artistry and sophistication. Crafted from the finest hardwoods, each piece undergoes meticulous attention to detail, ensuring that every grain and curve contributes to the overall sense of elegance. What’s more, The Belgravia Group sources their timber responsibly, ensuring that the natural beauty of the material is complemented by a dedication to preserving our planet.

Watch the transformation of your space as it radiates with the timeless allure and sophistication that only hardwood sash windows from The Belgravia Group can provide. Elevate your surroundings to a level where classic design meets contemporary living with the seamless fusion of beauty and functionality.

Timber Sash Windows

  • our versatile range and bespoke solutions perfectly suit diverse architectural styles and preferences.
  • all the timber sash windows offer a choice of double or triple glazing depending on the client’s choice and positioning of the windows.
  • the choice of hardwood goes beyond aesthetics; it is a testament to the commitment to sustainability and environmental consciousness.
  • we create hardwood sash windows that are a manifestation of architectural beauty that will stand the test of time.

What are Timber Sash Windows?

Sash windows are a traditional and elegant style of window that has been used for centuries. They are characterised by one or more movable panels, known as sashes, which can be slid vertically or horizontally to open or close the window. 

Sash windows not only contribute to the architectural charm of a building but also provide practical benefits such as effective ventilation and easy maintenance. The choice of a specific type of sash window often depends on the architectural style of the building and the desired functionality.

There are several types of sash windows, each with its own unique features and characteristics. Here are some of the most common types:

Single-Hung Sash Windows
This is the most basic type of sash window. Only the bottom sash is movable, while the upper sash remains fixed. It provides ventilation through the lower part of the window.
Double-Hung Sash Windows
Both the upper and lower sashes are movable, allowing for more flexibility in ventilation. This type is popular in traditional and colonial-style architecture.
Horizontal Sliding Sash Windows
Rather than sliding, casement sash windows open outward on hinges. They provide a wide opening for ventilation and are often seen in Tudor and Victorian architecture.
Victorian Bay Sash Windows
These are typically large windows with three sections forming a bay shape. Each section may have its own set of sashes, adding a decorative element to the architecture.
Georgian Sash Windows
Typically feature six-over-six or eight-over-eight pane configurations. Symmetry is a key design element in Georgian sash windows.
Edwardian Sash Windows
Combine elements of both Georgian and Victorian styles. Often have a simpler design with large panes of glass for maximum light.
Tilt and Turn Sash Windows
These windows can be tilted inwards at the top for ventilation or swung open like a casement window. Commonly used in modern architecture for versatility and ease of cleaning
Box Sash Windows
Also known as sliding sash or box frame windows. Characterised by a counterweight system that helps balance the weight of the sashes, allowing for smooth operation. Commonly found in Georgian and Victorian architecture.
Pulley and Weight Sash Windows
Traditional sash windows that use a system of pulleys and weights hidden in the window frame to counterbalance the sashes. This design has been widely used in historic buildings.
“Thrilled with the Belgravia Group’s timber windows and doors! They expertly guided me to ideal solutions, enhancing my home’s aesthetic and energy efficiency. Seamless installation, exceeding expectations. My home feels cosier and more elegant, with noticeable energy savings. Highly recommend for top-notch timber products”. Dean Hodges

Timber Sash Window
Engineered Hardwood
Exotic hardwood species that boast impressive resistance against hard weather, shrinkage, bending and swelling. The surface of the wood is exceptionally elegant and is often chosen for its beauty, it can look outstanding with just a transparent paint.
Timber Sash Window
An exceptional modified timber with Class 1 durability for integral strength and a fine textured surface for optimal coating absorption. The development of this wood has reduced shrinkage by 25% for improved stability and it possesses rot resistant properties for a strong barrier against the elements.
Timber Sash Window
Known for its impressive strength and durability Oak creates long-lasting designs. The much-loved native British tree is renowned among British architecture and can still be seen in many heritage properties that’s survived for hundreds of years.

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