Sash Windows FAQs
Sash windows are a type of window that has one or more panel (sash) which can slide vertically to be opened or closed. This type of window is extremely common in traditional homes and they continue to be one of Britain’s first choices when it comes to windows.
A sash window is made up of one or more sliding panels which slide vertically to open using a pulley and weight mechanism. Once opened, weights help to counterbalance the window, holding the frame in the desired position.
Sash windows will tend to be separated into two sections, the top section is fixed in place and the bottom section acts as the sash which allows the window to open and close. These windows often have a grid design which helps to separate the pains of glass.
Sash windows will vary in price depending on a range of factors that include size, style and finish. To get an accurate price for your project, make sure to contact our team using our online contact form or give us a call on 01895 247222
Whilst sash windows are most commonly found in traditional British homes, the can look just as good within modern properties. A couple of our most popular styling options include Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian.