Timber Sliding Sash window - Isothermal Windows

By: Isothermal Window Systems  05/12/2011
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Sliding Sash system are traditional vertical sliding windows used in thousands of Irish houses.

Sash windows have been modified with a number of technical features in order to improve their thermal performance and security, yet manage to retain the traditional look, allowing for the windows to be used and specified for conservation areas. Sliding Sash windows are made from timber. The design of our vertical sliding sash window preserves traditional sightlines. The dimensions of the sash frame, meeting rails and Georgian glazing bars have slim lines with traditional mouldings subtly modified to increase the performance of whole window. Quadruple draught strips stop rattle and draughts while extremely high insulated double glazing in creases the efficiency of the whole window.

We offer both: the traditional counterbalance weights / Sash Weight and modern Sash Spring Balance.

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