Listed Buildings Search: listed buildings and how you identify one

Listed Buildings Search is a tool that can help you look up listed buildings in England, Wales, and Scotland. Listed buildings across the United Kingdom refers to a building that has been placed on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. Currently, the United Kingdom has nearly 500,000 listed buildings registered.… Continue reading Listed Buildings Search: listed buildings and how you identify one

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British Listed Buildings Register: how and why buildings get listed

England has plenty of historic buildings and architecture that help it retain some of that old-world charm. The British Listed Buildings register is an online database of all the buildings and structures that are considered to be of historic and of special architectural interest. This guide lets you know the official listing data as well… Continue reading British Listed Buildings Register: how and why buildings get listed

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Listed Buildings Map: all the listed buildings in England

“–This royal throne of kings, this sceptered isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars, This other Eden, demi-paradise, This fortress built by Nature for herself Against infection and the hand of war, This happy breed of men, this little world, This precious stone set in the silver sea, Which serves it in the… Continue reading Listed Buildings Map: all the listed buildings in England

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Replacement windows: what can be in place of your historic windows

Traditional windows are important to the heritage of your listed properties. However, the old age of the windows itself may cause problems to its functionality, such as the rotting of the frame, poor energy efficiency, and hardware problems. This may lead you to the conclusion of replacing them altogether, and here’s what you need to… Continue reading Replacement windows: what can be in place of your historic windows

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Refurbishing sash windows: resolving common issues with modern solutions

Sash windows look great in the home, lending an old English feel to the place. It is a special feature of the house that many people look after to keep it in good shape rather than replacing it with another type of window. Sash windows have that sort of appeal. However, like all types of… Continue reading Refurbishing sash windows: resolving common issues with modern solutions

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Sash Windows in London: why wooden sash windows are the best option for you

Windows are one of the most important aspects of any building. They can allow you to get natural light and control the airflow. Because of this, you might want to consider upgrading the windows on your property. When doing this, one of the best options to use is wooden sash windows from London. Let’s look… Continue reading Sash Windows in London: why wooden sash windows are the best option for you

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Sash window prices in London: factors to consider to estimate the costs

Windows are one of the most important parts of your home. In most cases, they are one of the first things that someone sees when they look at your property. For this reason, you should make sure to invest in high-quality sash windows. These windows will give you the most control over the airflow coming… Continue reading Sash window prices in London: factors to consider to estimate the costs

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Common issues and the repair solutions to modern sash windows

Sash windows are a great choice for all types of modern windows. It can add natural light, control airflow, and is a stylish addition to any building. However, it’s possible for these types of windows to get scratched or damaged over time. For example, the glass may get broken during a hailstorm. When damage does… Continue reading Common issues and the repair solutions to modern sash windows

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Sash windows in Brighton: from window types to repair services

A ‘sash’ window is a traditional style of sliding window in the format of a single frame for glazing and two sashes that slide up and down using a counterweight balancing mechanism. Each sash is made up of a number of small ‘lights’ or panes which are fixed together by astragal or glazing bars to… Continue reading Sash windows in Brighton: from window types to repair services

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