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Traditional Sliding Sash Windows

One of the greatest advances in glazing technology has to be the modern sliding sash window. With mock horns, Georgian styling, and stained glass options you can hardly tell the difference to. If you’ve been living with old sash windows, you will instantly notice the difference in thermal efficiency and ease of use.

No more tugging at windows that have been painted shut or have warped over winter.

Our beautiful uPVC sash windows will help retain the traditional style of your home and look great for many years.

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High-Performance Sash Windows

When it comes to thermal efficiency, these windows are hard to beat. With a U-value as low as 1.3 W/m²K, they are some of the most thermally efficient double-glazed windows on the market today.

In addition to this, our sash windows come with a host of other features that make them not only easy to use but also incredibly secure.

Add a touch of period detail with arches, Georgian bars or stained glass.

Sash Windows in Northampton

We are lucky to live in Northampton, where we have a diverse range of buildings from medieval to Georgian to Victorian and more. This gives us a great opportunity to make a difference to some stunning buildings. You can’t go far without seeing our sash windows.

If you’re not sure whether sash windows are the right choice for your property, our team can offer expert advice and guidance. We understand that everyone’s needs are different, so we’ll take the time to understand your requirements before making any recommendations.

Take a look at our article about Victorian Windows.

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Modern Sash Windows

Whether you’re looking to upgrade your outdated windows or you’re updating the look of your property, vertical sliders are a great choice. Many of our customers choose vertical sliding sash windows because they like how they work and look. If casement windows will open onto a path, you may prefer windows that pose no risk of anyone walking into them. Another popular feature of sash windows is being able to open the windows inward for cleaning.

If you want your home to look a little different from the rest, sash windows may be the answer.

Timber Sash Windows

Our collection of stunning timber windows and doors includes traditional sash windows, casement windows, and tilt-and-turn windows, all made from high-quality timber sourced from sustainable forests.

Our timber windows are not just visually appealing but also environmentally friendly. Timber is a renewable material that has minimal impact on the environment. Unlike other window materials such as uPVC or aluminium, it requires less energy to produce and can be easily recycled at the end of its life cycle.

By choosing timber windows for your home, you are making a sustainable and eco-friendly choice while remaining true to the traditional charm and character of your property.

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uPVC Sash Windows

uPVC sliding sash windows provide homeowners with a lower-maintenance alternative to traditional timber sash windows while retaining their classic charm. Constructed from durable uPVC, these windows deliver superb energy efficiency and sound insulation without the regular painting and upkeep required by wood. Designed with authentic details like sash horns and various glazing bar options, uPVC sliding sash windows offer a practical and attractive way to add value to your home and complement its existing architectural style.

What are box sash windows?

Box sash windows are a traditional style of window instantly recognizable by their vertically sliding panels, or sashes. A concealed “box” within the window frame houses a system of weights, pulleys, and cords designed to counterbalance the sashes and make opening and closing effortless. While classic box sash windows were crafted from wood, modern versions use uPVC or aluminium, increasing their durability and ease of maintenance.

Common Features of Box Sash Windows

Box sash windows offer a timeless elegance paired with practical function. Typical features include decorative horns, which are small protrusions at the top of the sash, alongside customization options like glazing bars and various finishes. Their design allows for opening both the top and bottom sashes, creating versatile options for airflow and ventilation.

Additional Notes

Due to the complex weight and pulley system used within traditional box sash windows, regular maintenance is often needed to ensure cords don’t snap and to keep the operation smooth. Modern uPVC versions aim to overcome these maintenance issues while preserving the classic appearance.

How do you clean sash windows?

Modern sash windows that open inwards will have a tilt mechanism for cleaning. This often involves unlocking latches located on both sides of the window frame, allowing you to gently tilt each sash towards you. This makes it possible to clean both the interior and exterior of the window from inside your home.

 

How can I soundproof old sash windows?

There are several ways to improve the sound insulation in your old sash windows, with the best option depending on your circumstances and budget:

Draught-Proofing: Start by addressing any gaps or drafts around the window frame. Use weatherstripping, sealants, or specialised draught-proofing brushes to close up these air leaks, as they greatly contribute to noise infiltration.

Heavier Curtains or Blinds: Adding thick, lined curtains or blinds can offer a slight improvement in sound reduction by absorbing some sound waves.

Secondary Glazing: If you can’t replace your existing windows due to restrictions or budget, secondary glazing is an excellent solution. This involves installing an additional, discreet pane of glass inside your existing window, creating a layer of trapped air that significantly reduces noise transfer.

Why Secondary Glazing is Effective:

Significant Noise Reduction: Secondary glazing provides substantial soundproofing benefits, often comparable to full window replacement.
Preserves Original Windows: It’s ideal for historic or listed buildings where changing the primary windows isn’t permitted.
Added Benefits: In addition to soundproofing, it improves insulation, helping reduce energy costs and drafts.
Things to Consider:

Professional Installation: Secondary glazing works best when professionally fitted for a perfect seal to maximize its efficiency.
Cost: While less expensive than full replacements, secondary glazing does represent an investment.
Accessibility: Since secondary glazing usually isn’t easily removable, consider how this may affect access for cleaning or ventilation.
If traditional sash windows remain a major contributor to unwanted noise even after applying standard soundproofing techniques, secondary glazing offers a powerful solution.

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Casement Windows for Classic Style

Casement windows are one of the most popular styles of windows, thanks to their flexibility, energy efficiency, and classic look. Casement windows are hinged on one side, which could be the top or bottom, and open outward. This allows for maximum ventilation and views, making them a great option for any room in your home.

They suit almost any home and are available in aluminium and uPVC.

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Flush Windows that Look Like Timber

Flush windows look great with any house style, but they are particularly popular in traditional residences. Flush sash window profiles are a great alternative to wooden windows and doors. The profile looks similar to that of timber so is sympathetic to historic styles while also incorporating modern technology.

Flush windows are more popular in uPVC but recently aluminium window manufacturers have also come up with great alternatives to timber.

Visit Flush Windows Page.

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Tilt & Turn for Easy Access

Tilt & Turn windows do exactly what it sounds like. You can turn the handle one way to open like a casement window and the other to tilt open. These innovative windows combine the benefits of a large area of glass with easy cleaning and excellent ventilation. The innovative tilt-and-turn mechanism enables the window to be opened inwards from the top for safe and easy cleaning from within your home.

Visit Tilt & Turn Windows Page.

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Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows open your room creating a feeling of space and light. With the additional side windows, you have more flexibility for opening windows and creating better airflow. Whether you are thinking of replacing windows in an existing bay or bow or considering opening up your space with a new bay window, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll help you make the most of your space with the right choice of windows for your bay.

Visit Bay Windows Page.

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Slim Framed Aluminium Windows

If you are looking for a window that is both strong and stylish then aluminium windows could be the answer. With slim sightlines and a range of finishes available, aluminium windows can offer a contemporary look to any home.

We’ve partnered with Aluk and Origin to give the widest range of quality aluminium window choices.

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Casement Windows You'll Love Coming Home to

Casement windows are characterised by the hinging on one side. Most often they are hinged on the side to open like a door but can also be top hinged and even bottom hinged.

At Styleglaze we'll guide you through the options to make sure that you choose the right windows for your home.

Learn more about casement windows.

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Flush

Flush Windows that Look Like Timber

Flush windows look great with any house style, but they are particularly popular in traditional residences. Flush sash window profiles are a great alternative to wooden windows and doors. The profile looks similar to that of timber so is sympathetic to historic styles while also incorporating modern technology.

Flush windows are more popular in uPVC but recently aluminium window manufacturers have also come up with great alternatives to timber.

Anthracite Casement windows with open window

Tilt & Turn

Tilt & Turn for Easy Access

Tilt & Turn windows do exactly what it sounds like. You can turn the handle one way to open like a casement window and the other to tilt open. These innovative windows combine the benefits of a large area of glass with easy cleaning and excellent ventilation. The innovative tilt-and-turn mechanism enables the window to be opened inwards from the top for safe and easy cleaning from within your home.

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Bay & Bow

Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows open your room creating a feeling of space and light. With the additional side windows, you have more flexibility for opening windows and creating better airflow. Whether you are thinking of replacing windows in an existing bay or bow or considering opening up your space with a new bay window, you've come to the right place. We'll help you make the most of your space with the right choice of windows for your bay.

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Aluminium

Slim Framed Aluminium Windows

If you are looking for a window that is both strong and stylish then aluminium windows could be the answer. With slim sightlines and a range of finishes available, aluminium windows can offer a contemporary look to any home.

We've partnered with Aluk and Origin to give the widest range of quality aluminium window choice.

Origin aluminium bay window

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