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Acorn Sash Windows

Acorn Sash Windows is a small, well-established, FENSA-registered company providing exacting sash window services to clients throughout North London. We pride ourselves on our very competitive prices, attention to detail and devotion to excellent customer service. We will recapture the beauty of your original sash windows and improve their performance, all the while working carefully in and around your home. We carry out and guarantee all work on timber sash windows. Our services include the following: * Renovation and Draught Proofing * Special Repairs to Timber, Glass and Stone * New Single or Double Glazed Sashes * Complete New Double Glazed Windows * Brassware and Security ?We employed Acorn Sash Windows to replace seven Victorian sash windows with double glazed equivalents, including full draft proofing throughout. We found them to be most helpful and friendly and their tender was competitive. The work was carried out in a highly professional manner and they treated our house with the greatest respect. We were very impressed with the quality of workmanship and attention to detail. Since the double glazed sashes have been installed the house has been markedly warmer and there has been a significant reduction in outside noise. We would happily recommend Acorn Sash Windows as very satisfied customers.? - Mr & Mrs Watson, Stoke Newington (Jan 2009) Please visit for more information and to view photos and read more testimonials.

7a, Grand Parade, Green Lanes
N4 1JX
07525 326737

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