UPVC Sliding Sash Windows
‘A’ Rated Windows as standard
Design eliminates draughts and water ingress
Easy to install system avoids snagging issues
U-Value of just 1.0 W/m2K
Clean minimalist bevelled style or detailed sculptured designs available.
Different Hinge, Handle and Glass options available.
All Frames made to measure
Our PVCu sliding sash windows hold a host of impressive features that not only add to its good looks but also enhance the performance of the product as well as ease of fabrication and installation. From near-invisible joints in the frame, the grace of the run-through sash horn to the curvy ovolo frame shape, these are just a handful of the many clever details that work together to create the most graceful and advanced Sliding Sash Window on the market.
- Colour Options
- Glass Options
Colour options for Sliding Sash Windows
The door can be as individual as you like. Three new door colours; Poppy Red, Duck Egg Blue and Black Brown, have added to our existing ten; White, Black, Blue, Red, Green, Oak, Darkwood, Cream, Grey and Chartwell Green.
We also offer colour all round options, and 9 frame colours – white, mahogany, cherrywood, oak, white grain, brown–black, grey, cream and chartwell green – to compliment your new door colour. All of which can be configured with gold, chrome, black, white and contemporary hardware.
Anthracite Grey (smooth)
Standard Sash Knob
Heritage Sash Knob
Sash Pull / Lift Hook
Our PVCu sliding sash windows help to ensure that your property retains its character and charm. You can choose from a wide range of hardware to complement your chosen windows design.
Our hardware is available in eight different finishes. Please note that our travel restrictors are only available in white, chrome, gold and satin chrome.
Astraframe offer many different glass options with the full Pilkington Texture glass range available.
Pilkington’s obscure glass range provides obscuration and decoration. All patterns are classified according to their level of obscurity in relation to each other, with 1 being least obscure and 5 being most obscure.