Sliding Sash Windows, the perfect choice for any home

Sliding Sash windows are a popular window design, which is suitable for all types of homes. They are a timeless and classic fit for any home.

What are the benefits of sliding sash windows?

Your property is so much more than just a house, it’s your home. So when you want to capture the look of a traditional sash window, our PVC-U windows are the perfect solution.

Manufactured to maintain the elegant proportions of traditional sash windows, whilst incorporating the very best of modern-day technology, our system
allows you to enjoy the low maintenance and high security of PVC-U.

Your new windows are guaranteed for 10 years as they are manufactured
from the highest quality materials under strict quality controls.

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Benefits

10-year guarantee
High-quality balances
Robust locking devices
Low maintenance - no sanding or painting
Reinforced with sturdy galvanised steel

Features

Sculptured Georgian bars
Traditional run-through sash horns
Both sashes slide
A choice of hardware
Deep bottom rail option

Traditional windows to match original features.

The aesthetics of many buildings can be tarnished by the inappropriate window replacements that ruin the character of a property.

Our windows blend into their surroundings – city or countryside.

Our heritage vertical sliding sash windows are perfect for conservation areas. Therefore, providing a classic look with modern advantages.

Sculptured Georgian bars, sash horns, two sliding sashes and a choice of hardware, together with a selection of beautiful finishes, all add to the traditional feel of these beautiful windows.

Choose from a vast variety of colour options including White, Golden Oak and Grey.

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Not what you’re looking for? Why not explore our flush sash window range The Residence Collection, perfect for the modern home, conservation areas and to replicate traditional timber window styles.