Case Study

Fletching Road, E5 - Timber Box Sash Windows

February 13, 2024

Project Description

Very proud to have completed our third project in Fletching Road, Hackney, E5!

Built around 1910 this Edwardian styled road was blessed with the ever cherished ‘Edwardian detailed’ top sash. 

North London Box Sash replicated all the existing details, carefully and meticulously hand crafting the Edwardian periodic characteristics, to the timber box sash windows. All windows were complimented with double glazed glass, glazed so carefully you would assume they were single glazed. Draught proofed with a nod to heritage, the windows shake a stern fist to hash British weathering.    

Adorned with slim timber profiles the windows bream elegance, with over 20 year’s experience we have truly mastered the manufacturing and replicating, single glazed box sash windows, a task that others can’t follow.

Our unique, double glazed box sash windows are built to last, being finished in-house with four coats of micro-porous paint. Working with a brand like Teknos, a world leading paint developer, provides a near impenetrable surface for all timber surfaces.

Our installation teams are all highly trained with many years of experience in the joinery installation field. Our fitters are friendly, considerate and have a true love for what they do.

If you are considering a project and would like to experience an impeccable service from a company that care about what they do, offer a fantastic product and have a simple step by step process, contact us today and see for yourself why we are taking things to a new level of customer satisfaction!

Customer review

“Hi Mark, just wanted to let you know that Marcin and Przemek have completed the job at Fletching Road. I am very pleased with the work they have done. They were a delight to have around, respectful, hard working and very personable. I soon realised that, I had nothing to worry about. Definitely top marks all. A big thank you to all those who were involved from beginning to end!🙏👋😁”