Traditional Vertical Sliding (Sash) windows using modern materials to complement your home
Oil the hard wearing mechanisms regularly to ensure smooth opening and ease of use for many years
Easy to Clean
Tilt and slide movement makes them easier to clean inside and out, even upstairs
Industry-leading VEKA Vertical Slider Windows combine the timeless appeal of traditional timber sash windows with the benefits of modern frames. The best of both worlds, with a dual opening function offering easier cleaning and improved ventilation.
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Traditional timber window look
Slide or tilt function for easy cleaning & ventilation
Improved heat retention
High security locking systems
Manufactured using VEKA Group profile
Optional sash horns and a wide range of colours & glazing options
Independent Network comprehensive ten year insurance-backed guarantee
What are sash windows?
Sash style windows are a traditional window design where the opening part of the window slides vertically to provide ventilation and fresh air into your rooms. They can be made in a variety of different styles and are common on older houses and when people want to capture a specific look for their home.
Sash windows are a popular choice as they offer a clean interior and exterior look for your home, with less of the locking mechanism visible around the frame.
A FlushSash casement window fits true to its frame to give a beautiful flush appearance. The sash closes level into the outer frame, so it sits in line, rather than protruding from the exterior brickwork of your home like traditional Sash Windows. The result is a clean, modern, and stylish appearance.
What are the Benefits of uPVC Windows?
There are a number of ways in which uPVC windows can benefit you and your home. Firstly, uPVC windows are low maintenance. The window frames don’t need painting or sealing which significantly reduces the maintenance required over their lifetime, uPVC windows are easily cleaned with soapy water. A key benefit of uPVC windows is that they don’t rot and are resistant to corrosion, this makes uPVC windows extremely long lasting. Unlike metals, uPVC is non-conductive, so your window frames will not transfer heat and contribute to a more consistent internal temperature for your home. Combining uPVC window frames and double glazing makes for highly energy efficient windows. uPVC windows provide excellent acoustic insulation. Double glazed uPVC windows can cut down noise by as much as 70%. Thanks to their integrated locking systems, uPVC windows provide a high level of security for your home. Most uPVC window locking systems lock at multiple points all around the sash and frame. Compared to aluminium and timber alternatives, uPVC windows are low cost. Prices can vary depending on the quality and features of the windows, but you can expect a much more affordable price by choosing a uPVC window.
How are uPVC window frames made?
uPVC windows are made from section of frame, which is cut to length and joined together to form the shape of the window. The frames are made by putting molten PVC through a moulding machine and it comes out the other end in long sections of frame which is cooled almost immediately before being cut to length. This makes the frame easy to work with. The window frames are then made into windows and doors that have been cut to the correct size and joined together using heat based welding. Steel or aluminium lengths are then put inside to give it additional strength if required.
Is there a cost difference if I choose a colour on one or both sides of my product?
Yes, if you choose any other colour rather then 'standard white' as a colour internally or externally there is an extra cost. Visit our visualiser to get an estimate for your home improvement or speak to your local installer for further detail.