Our lineup includes the traditional English-style timber sliding sash windows. The sash window consists of two glazed sashes sliding vertically in a wooden frame supported by cards balanced with lead weight. The sash has capability of sliding and tilting in windows equipped with spiral balances.
English-style windows are distinguished by have thin glazing, and oval or lambs moldings, as well as evenly decorated shutters that are mounted on either side for safety and warmth.
The windows are double glass. The inner surface is instrumental in creating a highly protective shield against any possible burglary attempts. Being glazed from the inside, means that the glazing itself is incredibly tough to remove from the outside.
Glass thickness varies between 24 and 28 mm. (topping that with
up to even thicker 32 mm layer if clad with aluminum, read below.)
On top of that we clothe English-style windows with aluminum which prolongs their life cycle by embedding wooden protection against harmful effects of UV-rays and low temperatures. Aluminum profiles are covered with either a special paint or anodized coating, making up a large set of color options to choose from in addition to requiring no maintenance at all.
English-type wooden windows are produced of pine, oak, larch, and mahogany.
Spiral balances and weights used as windows fasteners are supplied by «UK Balance» and «Mighty» companies of UK. Our products list also includes window sills and architraves thought up to become integral part of your environment.
English sash windows security features:
- Lockable bolts
- Internal glazing
- Robust construction
- Lock Rolla “S”
Wooden sash windows – sliding straight window
Traditional vertically sliding windows count their age past 300 years at the very least. Our windows, however, brings into bear significant revisions to legacy features. One of these novelties is structurally determined presence of spiral-shaped balances as opposed to built-in weights and pulleys installed on request and subjected to additional cost) with another being a state-of-the-art technology and leaf structure used in water and sound insulation systems.
Sash reinforced with brass clasps.
Wooden sash windows – parallel sliding and tilting windo
Parallel sliding and tilting windows – are equipped with conventional straight vertical sliding modified by mounting a tilt for cleaning purpose and
The window sash is fixed with brass clasps. It’s considered undesirable to mount classic projections in leaf parts because it would yield risk of diminishing the overall functionality. To avoid that we fall back upon simulated projections which are slightly more indented inward relative to their normal position.