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uPVC Sliding Sash Windows

uPVC Sliding Sash Windows

Homeowners now have the opportunity to retain the period detail and charm of their property without compromising the comfort of their home. If this is sounds as if it is something you would like to do, sliding vertical sash windows are the way to go.

Why Sliding Vertical Sash Windows?

No more rattles, drafts or painting of old wooden windows, just beautifully sculptured PVCu profiles with 21st Century performance. Sliding vertical sash windows from Regency Windows are double glazed and come fitted with draught proof weather seals ensuring that nature’s elements, as well as noise, are kept out.

Brass, chrome or white fittings are available, as are period touches like deep bottom rails and decorative horns. For discerning homeowners who wish to replicate the original design of their home and add real aesthetic value to their property, our sliding sash windows are the answer.

Timeless Appeal – Today’s Technology

Many features make our PVC vertical sliding sash windows stand out from the crowd. Here are just a sample of those features:

  • Deep bottom rail – mirrors the traditional look found on many timber windows
  • Georgian bar inside and outside plus inside the sealed unit
  • Decorative horns fitted to the bottom sash
  • Both sashes tilt inwards to allow easy cleaning of the outer pane of glass from the inside of the property
  • A choice of authentic, white, chrome or brass effect window furniture

Triple Glazed Option 0.7, A+8 Rated overall 1.1W/m2K

Contact us for more information on our Sliding Vertical Sash Windows or call us on 01 4642788 today to arrange for a representative to call to you and discuss your requirements.

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