Splash Your Cash On UPVC Sash Windows

In days gone by if you wanted to replace your windows in the home you would only have one available option, timber wooden windows. Your existing windows may have already been made of timber and have started to rot or no longer have the capacity to fight against draughts from the outdoors, leading to a cold household. However, like most things times have changed and there is now a wide range of window designs available and one of the most popular is the sash window.

uPVC sash windows differ from many other types of windows as they slide open and offer you the opportunity to let a tremendous amount of air into the room in which they are installed when the temperature gets to warm indoors. They also offer added character to your home, especially useful if you have a period home and are worried about your new replacements not providing the stylishness that their predecessors had.

They, like most other uPVC double glazing will put paid to any rattling or draughts you may have experienced with your old windows and they are built to last, with a life span sure to be as long as you in the property. The colour of your sash windows can also be decided by you as there are so many different finishes other than the traditional white now available. Red, black and brown are just some of the finishes that can be added to your windows to help them blend in with the rest of your home.

They come fitted with the very best in locking attached, a system that is virtually unbreakable and which will protect your home now and into the future. Sash windows and uPVC conservatories once installed are products that you will come to love and wonder how you coped without them in the first place.


We invite you to join us at our showroom in York, to browse our many products in person and speak with our team of advisors and designers about your next home improvement project.


Want to speak with an Advisor? Give us a call on 01904 690881

Our friendly team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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