TIMBER SASH WINDOWS WITH 'HERITAGE' DOUBLE GLAZING
This is the River Wansbeck in the centre of Morpeth, Northumberland, as seen from a really nice house perched well above it. The home owners told us that they have seen otters from this window despite being virtually in the town centre.
These are Slimline Sash windows from our Heritage range - glazed with special narrow double-glazed units in order to allow the frames to be as narrow (outside-to-inside) as the original windows.
With windows tucked behind stone reveals like this and forming a 3-section bay, there is little opportunity to fit a standard double-glazed sash window as the increased frame depth means the frames would have to be made smaller. The solution is to use the narrower Heritage glazing units.
In all other respects the Heritage sash windows are the same as the standard double-glazed sash windows - double weather-seals all round, sash locks, a choice of fastener and available in engineered Redwood or hardwood, all factory finished in a colour of the customers' choice.