Vertical Sliding Sash Windows
Sash Windows enhance the charm and character of any period home. Often referred to as a “Georgian Window”, this timeless style is exceptionally designed and made to be serviced and repaired. Because of it's innovitive box design, the sashes are less susceptible to distortion and rot than a hinged casement which means they have a greater life span than other styles.
The sash window is designed so it can be closed down to a narrow gap, allowing for good ventilation whilst reducing the chance of rain entering – perfect in any British climate.
Our sash windows are designed and manufactured to match your existing frames and comply with local authority legislation on listed buildings.
Our beautifully engineered sash windows come with a lead weight pulley system or our easy spiral balance slide system. We also have the option to fit hidden draught seals which enhance the performance of the window.
Where possible, all our materials used are sourced using the most natural and sustainable material available. Our Redwood timber is managed under the FSC® Principles for Forest Stewardship and the internationally recognised, independently audited FSC Chain of Custody Accreditation Scheme.
Our vertical sliding sash windows come in 4 timber options: high quality European redwood, hardwood, European prime grade oak and Accoya.
All our windows are individually designed and made to order, to ensure our clients get the highest quality.
All are windows are manufactured to the highest quality using an advanced range of specialist coatings to give you the exact finish you require, whilst ensuring superb weather resistance. You can choose from most RAL mixes and a range of wood stains.
We are able to offer advice and guidance on a wide range of locking systems, ensuring you get the right level of security you require.
Sheffield Conservation Areas
Sheffield has 38 conservation areas. These vary in size, character and form but they are all recognised as areas that have special architectural and historic interest.
Find out more about conservation regulations and how they may impact your property and home improvement plans.