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    Sash Windows have been around since the 17th century and were the first form of sliding window.

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The sash window is found most often in Victorian and older styled buildings. Used both commercially and domestically Sash Windows are most commonly made up of two sashes that slide up and down.

Traditionally the sashes were held open or closed by cords and lead weights concealed in the surrounding frame. The modern-day sash window uses spring balances to control the operation of the sliding sashes. This new, effective tool can tilt both sashes inwards and makes for easier cleaning.

The most prominent and popular sash window has been modernised but retains its traditional heritage. It has improved its functionality, looks and vitally, its security. The sash window is considered one of the most attractive windows available.

Countrywide Windows are specialists at supplying and installing Sash windows. Purchase yourself one of the most beautiful windows available today and transform the look of your home in no time.

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Available Materials:

  • UPVC
  • Timber
  • Alluminium
  • Composite

Available Colours:

  • White
  • Soft Cherry
  • Rustic Cherry
  • Rosewood
  • Red
  • Mahogany
  • Irish Oak
  • Grey
  • Green
  • Golden Oak
  • Cream
  • Chartwell Green
  • Blue
  • Black
  • Antique Teak
  • Any RAL Colour

Product Benefits

The benefits of owning Sash Windows

  • Safe and secureSliding sash windows incorporate a number of safety features. Secure locking systems and Georgian bars will ensure you feel safe in your home.
  • Energy efficientJust like all modern windows, sliding sash range achieve ‘A’ Window Energy Ratings. Meaning you will feel warm during the winter months and save money on energy bills.
  • Low maintenanceWhether you opt for sliding sash windows in uPVC or timber, both are extremely easy to maintain. All they need is the occasional wipe down to keep them looking clean and new.
  • VarietyWhether you live in an old Victorian house or a modern apartment, sliding sash windows can be the ideal solution for your window upgrade with a variety of styles and colours available.
  • FunctionalFitted with strong, high quality balances, sliding sash windows provide a smooth, reliable operation for years to come.

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