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Fensa Approved Window Installer FAQ’s

By |2020-04-12T12:49:27+00:00January 8th, 2020|Sash Windows|

  Pembroke & Nash will certify your new windows with a certificate of compliance for building regulations. Here are some FAQ's regrading your new windows and FENSA   Why do I need a FENSA certificate? A FENSA certificate is your assurance that the installer who fitted your windows or doors has complied with Building Regulations document L &

Timber Windows and Doors 2019 – News.

By |2020-01-22T08:03:40+00:00April 14th, 2019|Sash Windows|

Pembroke & Nash have had a phenomenally busy first quarter of 2019. Our workshop is running at capacity, as are our on site carpenters. This increase in demand has resulted in Pembroke & Nash buying new vans and taking on more specialists, this is to enable us to keep up with the high demand. Our

Pembroke and Nash Serious Complaint

By |2020-03-09T09:45:15+00:00March 6th, 2019|Sash Windows|

Pembroke and Nash Serious Complaint? We have a dedicated customer service manger who will address any issues. 10/10 Checkatrade reviews 2020. On occasion, if we have a call back or complaint, even serious, we make sure the customer is overly happy, normally leaving a positive review on Checkatrade or other review sites. Please read through

Listed Building Windows Hove

By |2020-03-08T11:43:14+00:00January 27th, 2019|Sash Windows|

The remit for this challenging job was to copy the original windows point for point, whilst adjusting the rebate size to accept and weather high performance Slimlite Double Glazing. To enable the Job scaffold was required as the windows were fitted externally. The installation caused some issues with making good the tiling and the installation

Working sash windows let out heat

By |2020-01-22T07:51:04+00:00May 28th, 2018|Sash Windows|

Working sash windows and ventilation. A hot summers night and a sticking sash window are not a good combination. A lot of householders do not realise the top sash should come down, a mirror of the bottom going up. There is a good reason for this - ventilation and air flow. Open you’re lower sash

Why Install Sash Windows?

By |2020-01-21T16:43:08+00:00December 3rd, 2014|Sash Windows|

A feature of many character properties, the traditional sash window is a charming solution to a functional need which adds a real aesthetic appeal in the home. More people than ever are returning to the old style window fitting, installing them into modern homes as a nod to the past which remains just as effective

Bow Sash Window Repairs in Brighton

By |2020-01-21T16:42:09+00:00December 3rd, 2014|Sash Windows|

Our Brighton Team have renovated some very tricky sash windows with the original shutters on penny weights. That's 10 sash weights and ropes per sash window. To complicate things the windows are bowed, this means they have to be removed externally. Scaffolding is normally required to remove bow sashes as they taper and are larger