The system includes all the classic detailing found in period sash windows, including a deep bottom rail, slim sashes for improved sightlines and an optional Georgian bar. Click here to download the latest brochure.
The system has two sashes built into the frame which slide in opposing directions and will remain fixed in any position.
A sub-frame, which makes up three sides of the window, is the most popular configuration and is welded at the top two corners whilst mechanically joined at the bottom with a sill and screws.
The sill is sealed off at each end with an end cap to prevent water ingress into the walls of the property. The sub-frame can also be an all-welded construction with a clip-in sill. This detail is used in installations where stone sills are present.
The three-chambered sash profiles are designed with two front chambers to achieve good heat insulation and allow isolated drainage. The third chamber allows the fitting of specifically designed reinforcement sections.