Spectus' Sliding Sash windows have been manufactured to bring all the character of a traditional timber window but provide the benefits associated with modern uPVC. This window has been approved by planning departments and fits perfectly into properties both heritage & modern. The elegant proportions and two sliding panes are effective for ventilation.
To look good-as-new, the uPVC profile requires an occasional wipe down. Both sashes of the sliding sash window tilt inwards, allowing for easy cleaning.
This window can be fitted with Georgian bars, sash horns, weather bars and a deep bottom rail, to give this window a classic look.
This window is Kitemarked to BS EN 12608 & certified to PAS 24. It's been manufactured to BS EN ISO 9001, making it quality you can trust.
The large and small sash profiles have been manufactured to give equal sightlines to the top & bottom sashes.
With a 28mm sealed unit, this window can achieve a WER rating of A, which can be improved with triple glazing.
Balance mechanisms within the window ensure for smooth operation. This makes it easy to open and ideal for all properties.
Here are some answers to the frequently asked questions we receive regarding our Sliding Sash Windows.
No, the Spectus Sliding Sash window is fitted with pile seals to the sash and outer-frame. This alongside the modern uPVC profile eliminates old problems such as draughts and water ingress.
Yes, the Sliding Sash window comes in a variety of different colours and woodgrain foils, fitting in perfectly with the existing decor & style of the property.
Yes. The Sliding Sash Window can accommodate a variety of hardware including balances, pivot bars and locking mechanisms.
10mm/20mm/50mm Frame Packers
Meets High-Security Standards
Trickle or Glazed in Vents
'A' WER with 22mm Units
Authentic Ovolo Shape
Optional Georgian Bars
Multiple Colour and Woodgrain Options
Triple Glazing Panes Up To 44mm
Approved in Conservation Areas
Sashes Tilt Inwards
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