What do Sash windows look like?
There is a big difference between a casement window type and a sash window design. The first thing to notice is the way that they open.
Sash windows are sliding windows, they don’t open and close from hinges on the frames, they move within tracks built into the frames instead.
Worn out old wood sash windows are very difficult to live with – many might have even had so many coats of paint applied that they are stuck and will no longer even open – which is only marginally better than those that have come loose within the frames and let in the wind and rain.
UPVC is a type of rigid plastic that is very tough and durable, ideal for manufacturing sash windows as it does not need painting and keeps it shape – making your new sash windows last decades – see more here: www.sashwindows-prices.co.uk