Features and Benefits
When you want the best of both worlds, the traditional visual appeal and versatility of sliding sash windows needs low-maintenance, rattle-free modern construction in vertical sliders. Vertical sliders can be styled with various Georgian bar designs; single, double bars or a full grid and with a choice of internal or astragal Georgian bar. Not forgetting the finishing touches: run through sash horns, thumb latches and finger pulls.
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About Our Vertical Slider Windows
Sliding Sash windows are a type of window that consists of two or more movable panels, or sashes, that slide vertically within the frame of the window. Sash windows are often found in older buildings and are a popular choice for traditional and period-style homes.
Some benefits of sash windows include:
Aesthetics: Sash windows are known for their elegant and timeless design. They are a great option for homeowners who want to maintain the historic character of their home or who prefer a more traditional look.
Ventilation: Because both sashes can be opened, sash windows allow for better airflow and ventilation than other types of windows. This can be especially beneficial during warmer months when you want to let fresh air into your home.
Energy efficiency: Sash windows can be more energy-efficient than traditional windows because they are often fitted with weatherstripping and seals that prevent drafts and air leaks.
Security: Sash windows are fitted with locks and security features that make them just as secure as other types of windows.
Easy to clean: Sash windows are easy to clean because they are fitted with Egress easy clean hinges, which allows you to clean both the inside and outside of the window without having to go outside.
Yes, sash windows can be energy-efficient when installed correctly with double glazing and draught-proofing. They can help to reduce heat loss and save on energy bills.
Existing sash windows cannot be double glazed. You will need to upgrade your existing windows to a newer, better energy performance window with double or acoustic laminated glazing. If you are looking for a more affordable option you can opt to have secondary glazing installed, which fits behind your existing single glazed sash windows and will provide extra warmth and sound insulation.