Sash windows first became popular in Georgian London due to their elegant design and ease and efficiency of use.
They work by one or more sections, supported by cords/chains and counterweights sliding over other sections.
Traditionally sash windows have been prone to rotting, warping, rattling and letting in draughts but by using engineered timber and insulation strips we have solved these problems.
Our windows have light, slim frames, modern cords and counterweights, making them delightfully easy to open and superior in every respect to uPVC windows
Mr & Mrs White - Burpham
Like an extension
Mr & Mrs Turner - Hassocks
More solid and far less cold
Mr & Mrs Roberts - Henfield
Conventional – traditional box sash windows
The most similar to the traditional Victorian sash windows due to the slim meetings rails, deep bottom rails and fine glazing bars. Read more about traditional sash windows.
Conventional – traditional slim box sash windows
The slimmest traditional box sash window you’ll find anywhere in Britain. Modern efficiency on a traditional design. Read more about slim box sash windows.
Hidden spring sash windows
Ideal for modern and new build homes, classic styling meets modern efficiency. Read more about hidden spring sash windows.