Contemporary UPVC Sliding Sash Windows
Virtually maintenance free, our UPVC windows reduce noise intrusion and add insulation value performance. With sculptured frame, bead, Georgian bars and run through horns, you can achieve the appearance of traditional box sash windows.
Our sliding sashes offer very simple operation of two sashes within an outer frame that work independently of each other on a balance mechanism designed to hold them at any height with an ingenious design feature allowing the sashes to tilt from the inside to facilitate safe easy cleaning. Structural strength is enhanced through the use of steel through the internal chambers of the profile and to further increase stability and strength.
Traditional Sliding UPVC Sash Window
Our Traditional Range is a cost-effective option to timber which gives you the aesthetics of traditional wood but the easy maintenance benefits of a UPVC sliding sash window. It functions like the Contemporary sash window, with all the same benefits including a flip function for an easy clean from the inside of your home as well as with certain upgrades.
The woodgrain effect – a foil that makes the UPVC appear timber-like and mechanical joints just like a timber window would have which helps imitate the aesthetics.
We are often faced with projects that require special features to fit in with the unique character of heritage areas, which is why we have selected this profile to recreate tradition, leading to increasing numbers of approvals by London councils.
Heritage UPVC Sliding Sash Windows
Our ultimate heritage range is designed to replicate traditional timber box sash windows.
Design features such as; a deep bottom rail, run-through sash horns and authentic, external putty lines, all add to the attention to detail that makes the ultimate the most authentic UPVC sash window on the market. The timber alternative sash window is manufactured with mechanical joints to help closely replicate an original design. In fact our ultimate heritage range has been accepted in sensitive conservation areas where maintaining traditional aesthetics is crucial.
- 10 years on UPVC
- 30 years on timber
- 10 years on glazing, ironmongery and seals
Benefits of energy efficient windows
- Smaller energy bills
- Smaller carbon footprint
- More comfortable home: energy-efficient glazing reduces heat Peace and quiet: as well as keeping the heat in, energy efficient