UPVC Sash Windows
With the design aim of replicating the look & character of the original style, a modern Sash Window can retain or enhance your property whilst at the same time bringing the added benefits of using uPVC Windows.
Many of the latest examples were manufactured only after consulting with conservation departments and now bring a truly authentic appearance to uPVC Sash Windows that allow them to be installed into home & properties where only timber sash windows would have been suited to before for reasons of aesthetic appearance.
Many styles are available with colour options – including high quality “wood-grain” surfaces.
Window horns, deep putty lines & other moldings enhance the appearance, whist treble chamber frame profiles, storm proof seals and Pilkington Optiwhite™ double glazed panel options give the windows up to “A” BFRC energy efficiency ratings.
There are up to a dozen colour options as well as smooth or grained surface finish options with clear, obscure or patterned glazing.
Typical Curved Head Options
Typical Flat Head Options
- High Quality Locks & Handles
- British Standard “Kitemark” accredited profiles
- Pilkington Optiwhite™ Low-e, laminated or toughened glazing options
- Many colours including wood-grain finishes
- Exceptional low maintenance & long lifespan
- Long product & workmanship warranties
Range of Sizes
It’s always recommended to have your home surveyed by a professional in order to asses the window size, especially with Sash Windows as there are design constraints & requirements that could be overlooked by an inexperienced person.
It is possible to combine height & width (in millimetres)
Bay Windows or Curving Window Designs
Sliding sashes can be manufactured & installed for bay or bow facets of 30°, 45°, 60° or 90° angles – these are built bespoke to order and require careful measurement before ordering
- To find out more about prices go to our Prices Guide
Tilt & turn Options
A very useful feature, especially in upper floors, are tilting sash options.
This function is designed to allow the moving sections to be released either on the side or bottom so that the outer surface can be easily accessed for both maintenance and regular cleaning.