Frequently asked questions
Do sash windows open inwards or outwards?
Usually, they only move up and down because the frame - sash - allows only vertical moves. However, many modern manufacturers make windows that tilt inwards to make cleaning easier.
What is the cost of sash windows and what does it depend on?
The cost depends on the construction and size of your windows, glazing, the area you live in and the age of your house. If you choose uPVC windows, the prices are 40% lower than those of timber ones. We make sure our prices are attractive for everyone but to tell the exact price we need to consult all the requirements with you.
What materials are sash windows made of?
Traditional sash windows are made of wood. Nowadays, you can choose timber frames as well. However, uPVC windows are more popular due to lower costs and easier maintenance. uPVC windows consist of plastic frames, double-glazed glass with a layer of air trapped between 2 panes of glass (argon, krypton or xenon). Because of that, the heat is kept inside the house, the noise is isolated and the security is much higher.
What buildings and rooms are sash windows best for?
Sash windows look good in older and modern buildings equally. We can help you match the style to your house no matter if you’re looking for something vintage or contemporary. The sash windows are perfect for every room.
What are the advantages of sash windows?
Sash windows have great insulation, which helps you save money on energy bills so you can be sure you’ll be warm in the winter. uPVC is a low-maintenance material and it’s really easy to clean. They are also eco-friendly since they’re recyclable and considering the fact that you’ll use less energy, you will produce less carbon. They are very durable - we use only top-quality materials and you can be sure your windows will last 20 or even 30 years. Additionally, you can choose from different styles and colours and make your sash windows look unique.