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Oakwood Home Improvements Ltd
Stone Lane
Chagford
Devon
TQ13 8JU

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Sliding sash windows

Sliding sash windows

Sliding sash windows

The VEKA Sliding Sash window really is state of the art, the slim line sightlines and appearance enhance the aesthetics of this beautifully crafted window. ‘A’ rated as standard with a range of 17 colours, run through or clip on sash horn options and heavy duty spring balances. A brilliant product that can be specified in conservation areas and listed buildings. Galvanised steel reinforcing where required ensures an extremely wide range of sizes.

Whether you want to capture the classic, stylish looks of vertical sliding windows or keep the character of your existing style of windows without the associated risks of draughts and poor security, PVC-u vertical sliding sash windows are the perfect solution. Precision-engineered, you can enjoy the sophisticated style of the Georgian era, with all of the performance benefits of aesthetically pleasing, maintenance free PVC-u materials. The design features triple brush seals for exceptional draught proofing, reinforced hardware for optimum security. The sliding upper and lower sashes also tilt inwards to enable safe and easy cleaning from inside your home. The low-line beads and gaskets improve sightlines and let in maximum levels of natural light. Slim line and unobtrusive child restrictors can be fitted to limit the opening of the sash.

What we offer

  • Emulates the traditional Sash window perfectly
  • Range of 16 colours
  • Triple or Doubly Glazed
  • ‘A’ rated available
  • Enhanced security
  • Run through or Clip On Horns
  • Concealed Trickle vents
  • Severe weather Rating

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What our customers say about us:

Excellent, very polite and informative. Work carried out to a very high standard.

Mr & Mrs P, Plymouth

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