Sliding sash windows are an extremely popular choice with many area property owners. Thanks to a combination of traditional aesthetics and modern day technology, the sliding sash windows that we provide at Smart Sash Windows will act as an amazing way to improve the look and function of your property. All of the sliding sash windows that we provide at Smart Sash Windows will be designed to specifically match the look of your current sash windows, ensuring that they comply with all grade listing property requirements.
Sliding sash windows explained
Whilst maintaining their traditional look and feel, the sliding sash windows that we provide here at Smart Sash Windows are built using the most up-to-date technology which will allow both of your window sashes to be slid, allowing you to easily clean and maintain your windows.
Thanks to recent progress in window making technologies, sliding sash windows provide you with a tilt function which allows both sashes of your windows to be tilted down towards you allowing for easy cleaning of both the inside and outside of the window.
Just like the other sash windows that we provide here at Smart Sash Windows, sliding sash windows still can be slid up and down just like the original style of the sash window. Although the key feature of sliding open and closed still remains with sliding sash windows, the reasons they are different is that they have been equipped with a tilting mechanism which allows the windows to be tilted down towards you, which will help you to clean your windows from both the inside and the outside, easily, and efficiently.
Here is a visual graphic of how sliding sash windows work:
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As well as the tilt and slide function, sliding sash windows also come equipped with many other features. Some of these features include trickle vents, which are fitted to the top sash window to allow efficient airflow in allowance of your home even if the window remained shut. All our sliding sash windows come equipped with quick release tilt arms, which enable you to take out both the top and bottom sashes much quicker without the hassle of needing to remove screws or bolts. Other ways that we ensure your sliding sash windows maintain their authentic look is by using features such as run three homes, plant on horns, and obscure glass options.
Your choices when it comes to sliding sash windows
Here at Smart Sash Windows, were able to design and manufacture bespoke sliding sash windows which meet all of your requirements. We have many styles available including the option of sustainably sourced timber, which will help keep your bespoke windows that traditional look and feel, and we also can provide you with PVCU options, which will provide your property with a more up-to-date, and efficient look.
The use of timber sash window frames is a popular choice amongst many of our customers who reside in Georgian, Victorian, or Edwardian area properties. Timber sash window frames help to keep your property looking authentic, ensuring that they match the original architecture of your property. It is also key to bear in mind that when choosing to design your bespoke sash windows using our choice of Timbers, that all the words we supply you are responsible and sustainably sourced. Thanks to the events in modern timber technology, all of the timber we use are treated, which allows the wood to last years longer than the timbers used to build your original sash windows.
PVCU options are a popular choice with many people who are looking to give their property a more up-to-date, and modern look. PVCU windows undoubtedly give you the best longevity when compared with timber sash windows, as they are made from highly durable materials such as plastic.
With all of our timber options, including hardwood and softwood, we paint all frames using a Free-coat system. This free-coat system is used to help preserve the timber’s lifetime, and also helps to keep your windows looking fresh for many years, despite potentially harsh weather conditions.
Our Glazing Options
All our sliding sash windows that we design for you here at Smart Sash Windows, can come equipped with many styles of glass that see your needs. All of our sliding sash windows can be manufactured using both double-glazing and triple glazing options.
Both of our double-glazing and triple glazing options come equipped with A-rated argon gas, which is held between the glazing panels and helps to keep your home insulated. Both double and triple glazing options also significantly reduce the amount of noise that can be caused by foot traffic, and busy road networks. If you live near a busy road or live next to noisy industrial factories, then you may want to seriously consider one of our A-rated glazing options.
Why choose Smart Sash Windows
We are here for you. From start to finish, we will design, manufacture, and install your bespoke sash windows, ensuring that your every need is catered for. When choosing to have sliding sash windows installed in your property, we assure our expert team will be with you on every step of your projects and ensure that you are extremely satisfied with our services.
Our team of expertly trained craftsmen will manufacture, and design your bespoke sliding sash windows right here in our Brighton based workshop. If you reside in a great listed building, our team are able to accommodate for this, by helping advise you on the best routes to gain the proper planning permissions when having your new sliding sash windows installed.
Our expert team has a combined experience of X years, meaning that we can guarantee you the best possible finish.
As we handcraft all our designs in our Brighton based workshop, we feel that we are able to offer all our customers the best value for money.
Our guarantees to you
Thanks to our expert team of craftsmen, and the high quality, sustainable materials that we use for all our sash windows, we can guarantee you with a product that will stand the test of time. This is why all of the sash windows that we provide at Smart Sash Windows come with a 10-year guarantee. The 10-year guarantee is initiated from the first day of installation, so you can be sure that if any issues arise with your new sliding sash windows, we will be on hand to assist you in resolving any issues that may arise during this 10-year period.
The costs of sliding sash windows
The cost of installing sliding sash windows can vary from project to project. The price largely depends on the materials used to design your bespoke sash windows, and the time it will take our expert team of craftsmen to manufacture the windows for you. We can provide you with an estimated cost of between £300 and £500 to manufacture and install each sliding sash window. However, as previously stated the costs of your new sliding sash windows may vary depending on your individual requirements.
If you would like to gain an in-depth, free, no obligation quote from us, you can contact us today to arrange one of our expert team members to come around and survey your property. After our team member has assessed your property, we will be able to give you an in-depth breakdown of the costs of installing your new sliding sash windows, depending on the style and materials you would like to use.
So to book a visit from one of our expert team members, contact us today on 07736714533 or email us at Smartsash@Yahoo.Co.Uk
Where are we available
Here at Smart Sash Windows, we are based in the Brighton and Hove area. However, our services are available to many surrounding areas. Here is a full list of the areas that we currently offer our services to:
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If your area is not staged on the list, then feel free to contact us today via telephone, or email, to see whether we can arrange to provide you with our services in your area.
Contact us today
So if you would like to gain an in-depth, free, no obligation quote from us, then contact us today on (insert phone number here) or email us at (insert complete email here), to arrange one of our expert team members to visit you at your property to carry out assessment and discuss all the options available to you.