uPVC sash windows
uPVC sash windows are an affordable and efficient replacement for existing windows and look great. With a variety of colour and hardware choices you can create a unique look for your home.
Vertical sliders are a classic window design. They are commonly found in older homes and are usually made of wood. This elegant type of window is a common replacement in period homes, its design adding a sophisticated elegance and style to your home that a regular casement window cannot. Because real wood windows can be costly, homeowners prefer less expensive alternatives such as uPVC.
uPVC sash windows are thermally efficient and environmentally friendly, emulating the elegance of a classic timber vertical slider while providing all of the advantages of a modern uPVC device, giving you the best of both worlds. Whether you live in an older or newer home, uPVC sash windows are a cost-effective option for replacing like-for-like or as an alternative to other models.
Splay and 90° bay models are also available. Choose from a variety of colour and hardware options to finish your window and build a look that is exclusive to your home.
Our vertical sliding sash windows help to keep your home’s character and beauty. To complement your home, you can choose from a variety of designs, features, and hardware choices. Furthermore, when combined with 24mm low ‘E’ glazing for thermal performance, triple brush seals help create exceptional draught proofing
Features & benefits
|Depth of the profile:||128mm|
|Width of a sash including beading:||63mm|
|Width of the frame:||39mm|
|Stuck on Georgian bars:||Yes|
|Types of horns:||stuck on/run through|
|Ventilation:||In the head/in the sash|
|Energy Rating||‘A’ energy rated, 1.4 U-Value|
|Thermal properties:||Double glazed – argon gas filled, Pilkington Low E glass|
|Handles and locks:||White furniture, satin chrome, brushed chrome, brass|
|Type of horns:||Plant-on sash horns/run through|
uPVC sash windows Accessories
For starters, they are less expensive than their timber counterparts. Modern uPVC sash windows, unlike their timber counterparts, need very little maintenance. While timber sashes need repainting every 5-10 years and annual coats of protective varnish to function properly, uPVC sash windows do not!