Over the past two decades we’ve noticed a change in the demand for specific double glazing windows, or more specifically more of our customers are choosing to install traditional style sash windows in Southend rather than modern casement windows. This is not surprising, given the abundance of Victorian and Edwardian homes in Southend that have had wooden sash windows which might now be in need of repair or replacement.
At Seemore Glass, we supply and install replication uPVC Sash Windows throughout Southend that will blend into the design of your period property, or complete the style of your modern day home. They provide a perfect design for those homeowners that want to keep the traditional sash window style for their windows, but would rather prefer using modern, highly efficient technologically advanced windows rather than older wooden ones.
We aim to provide our clients with the very best uPVC sliding sash windows, ensuring that their homes can feel safe, secure and modern throughout our winter months.
If you want to find out more about our range of uPVC sliding windows and how they can add value to your homes, then make an appointment with our team today.
WHY FIT SLIDING SASH WINDOWS IN OUR HOME IN SOUTHEND?
There are a lot of traditional style houses from the Victorian and Edwardian eras within Southend on Sea and these types of period properties generally have old tired wooden sash windows. The old sash windows are not very energy efficient at all when compared to modern windows and you will often find that there are cold drafts in the window emanating from windows.
As technology has moved on, but the demand for the sash window design has stayed, it only makes sense that an amalgamation of those two ideas has been targeted by double glazing manufacturers and there has been a development of uPVC double glazed sash windows.
All of the uPVC sliding sash windows that we install into our clients’ homes are of the highest energy rating – A+ and will keep the cold air out and the warm air in, therefore reducing your energy consumption throughout the year.