Stop rattling windows in your home
- Historical style and appearance
- Efficient and seamless operations
- Get rid of drafts
- Classic wood or contemporary uPVC
With sash windows, you can enjoy the traditional aesthetic of period properties while also benefitting from modern features. Our sliding sash windows are designed to emulate the appearance of standard timber windows and are available in both uPVC and wood. The uPVC version is made to measure and comes with either an A or A+ rated energy rating as standard. Additionally, the uPVC option is maintenance-free, requiring minimal upkeep and cleaning.
Customize the appearance of your new sash windows with various colors, finishes, handles, and glazing options. We also offer decorative Georgian or Victorian bars for a truly authentic look. The smooth running mechanisms and elimination of draughts ensure that our sash windows are beautiful and practical, making them the perfect choice for any period property.
Styles and Configurations of Sash Windows
There are several different styles and configurations of sash windows, including:
Single-Hung Sash Windows
These windows have two sashes, with one sash being fixed in place and the other sash being able to move up and down.
Double-Hung Sash Windows
These windows have two sashes that can both move up and down, allowing for greater ventilation and ease of cleaning.
Sliding Sash Windows
These windows have two sashes that slide horizontally, one in front of the other.
Casement Sash Windows
These windows have one or more sashes that open like doors, either outward or inward, using hinges attached to the side of the window frame.
Bay Sash Windows
These windows are often used to create a bay window by combining three or more windows in a curved configuration that projects out from the building.
Tilt and Turn Sash Windows
These windows can be opened in two ways, either by tilting the sash inwards for ventilation, or by opening it inwards on a hinge for cleaning.
Benefits of Sash Windows
Sash windows have a number of benefits, including:
Increased natural light: Sash windows allow for maximum natural light to enter a building, which can help to create a bright and inviting environment.
Energy efficiency: With the proper insulation, sash windows can help to reduce heat loss and increase energy efficiency, potentially lowering energy bills.
Improved ventilation: Sash windows can be opened for improved ventilation, which can help to reduce indoor air pollution and improve air quality.
Aesthetic appeal: Sash windows add a classic, traditional look to a building, which can enhance its aesthetic appeal and increase its value.
Durability: Sash windows are typically made from high-quality materials and are designed to last for many years, making them a good investment for a building.