The New SeaHorse Sash Horn

Roseview Windows have recently introduced the new SeaHorse sash horn. The classic curved horn is typical of traditional hardwood sash windows from the 19th century. Although purely decorative, it was often used by joiners to demonstrate superior craftsmanship – distinguishing it from the standard straight and truncated horns used on cheaper windows. Seahorse is available now as an optional extra on Ultimate Rose – only from Roseview Windows.

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Roseview Windows Installed in Fulham

This project was for a customer in Fulham, West London. We work in many homes and businesses around this area.

Products Used

We installed Ultimate Rose sliding sash windows for this project , made by Roseview Windows. Sliding sash windows look exceptional in properties of this age and style. With the The New SeaHorse Sash Horn, it makes them look even more like a traditional sash – so a great option for people in Conservation areas.

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If you’re looking for new ideas about how to update your existing home, whilst maintaining its charm and appearance, feel free to get in touch. We offer a commitment-free quote where one of our trained professionals will give advice on what they see as the best option for you.

SCI Windows have been carrying out installations like these in and around Surrey and South London for over 30 years. We have well over 10,000 satisfied replacement window and door customers. We strive towards quality, innovation, and customer care.

Our customers appreciate the no-pressure, no-hassle approach and commitment to service. Our reviews certainly speak for themselves, we have over 1000 reviews on Checkatrade!

If you’re looking for replacement windows such as this Ultimate Rose window installation in Fulham with The New SeaHorse Sash Horn; get in touch with SCI Windows at 020 8648 0426, email or fill out our contact form. We can visit your home to provide you with a no-obligation quote on replacement doors or windows.